ethyl benzoate


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ethyl benzoate

[′eth·əl ′ben·zə‚wāt]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5COOCH2CH3 Colorless, aromatic liquid, boiling at 213°C, insoluble in water; used as a solvent, in flavoring extracts, and in perfumery.
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It's the first with magnesium chloride support and internal electron donors--monoesters like ethyl benzoate and methyl-p-toluate--which greatly increase activity.
The bioethanol so formed by fermentation was directly converted to UV active derivatives namely ethyl benzoate and benzyl acetate.
Percentage of glucose and bioethanol were further calculated by the unity method and stoichiometry by weighing ethyl benzoate and benzyl acetate prepared from fermented bioethanol (Fig.
Ethyl benzoate was extracted by solventsolvent extraction technique.
Percentage of glucose and bioethanol were calculated by the unity method and stoichiometry by weighing ethyl benzoate prepared from bioethanol (Table-5).
Table-5: Yields (%) of glucose and bioethanol measured by the formation of ethyl benzoate and benzyl acetate by using stoichiometry.
Balundgi, "Densities, viscosities, refractive indices, and speeds of sound in methyl acetoacetate + methyl acetate, + ethyl acetate, + nbutyl acetate, +methyl benzoate, and + ethyl benzoate at 298.15, 303.15, and 308.15K," Journal Of Chemical And Engineering Data, vol.
Gopalakrishna, andK.C.Hansen, "Densities, refractive indices, speeds of sound, and shear viscosities of diethylene glycol dimethyl ether with ethyl acetate, methyl benzoate, ethyl benzoate, and diethyl succinate in the temperature range from 298.15 to 318.15K," Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, vol.