Both dispersants are composed of propylene glycol and organic salts including dioctyl
sodium sulfosuccinate (DOSS).
Diamyl adipate, dihexyl adipate, dihepyl adipate, dioctyl
adipate, didecyl adipate were synthesized by the same method above .
Samples of the megalopae were initially taken to an independent laboratory in Pensacola, FL, for analytical testing and the presence of the dispersant compound dioctyl
sodium sulfosuccinate and the biomarkers pristane and phytane were identified in the samples using an AccuTOF-DART Mass Spectrometer, JEOL Ltd.
5, stearic acid 2, dioctyl
phthalate (DOP) 10, sulfur 1.
15 ml Dioctyl
phthalate and 10 mg of vitamin E, each dissolved in 0.
9% of dioctyl
phthalate aerosol retention rating at 32 liter/min air speed based on ASTM.
The most frequently used as solvent mediators to obtain different sensors are dioctyl
phthalate [2-7], nitrobenzene and benzyl acetate [2,7- 16], dibutyl phthalate [5,8-17], nitrophenyloctyl ether [3,11,13,15-20], bis(2-ethylhexyl)sebacate [4,5,20,21].
The other prototype was Dioctyl
terephthalate (DOtP), having a very clean, non- toxicological profile and not regarded as an estrogen mimicker, carcinogen or anti-androgen.
To validate the theoretical results, we used a system consisting of isotactic polypropylene (iPP) and the solvents di-n-butyl phthalate (DBP) and dioctyl
phthalate (DOP) to produce a hollow-fiber asymmetric membrane, and we investigated the cell sizes of its outer surface.
USPRwire, Wed Jun 03 2015] Global Dioctyl
Phthalate Plasticizer Market by Application (Floor & Wall Coverings, Wire & Cables, Film & Sheet, Coated Fabric, Consumer Goods), by Geography (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, RoW) - Analysis and Forecast to 2019
El DOP es un liquido organico, que abrevia su nombre quimico en ingles dioctyl
phthalate (dioctil ftalato).
3) Other miscellaneous irritants including butyl acetate, diethyl carbonate, benzoic acid, quinolone, dioctyl
phthalate, and 2,6-dimethyl phenol were also found as unlisted ingredients but have unclear significance.