amylene


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amylene

[′am·ə‚lēn]
(organic chemistry)
C5H10 A highly flammable liquid with a low boiling point, 37.5-38.5°C; often a component of petroleum. Also known as 2-methyl-2-butene.
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Dichloromethane (DC) stabilized with 100 ppm of amylene, tetrahydrofurane (99.8%) denoted as THF and trifluoroacetic anhydride (>99%) denoted as TFAA were purchased from Acros Organics.
The three principal raw-material streams to produce HCR are linear C5s such as piperylene and amylene, cyclic C5s such as cyclopentadiene, and aromatic C9 and C10 fractions, heavy in reactive monomers such as styrene.
Non-fumigated and CH[Cl.sub.3] (containing amylene 0.006% v/v) fumigated soil (10g dry weight equivalent, 3 laboratory replicates) were extracted with 40mL 0.5M K2804 for 1 h to determine the flush in organic-C.