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isopropyl

[¦ī·sə′prō·pəl]
(organic chemistry)
The radical (CH3)2CH, from isopropane; an example of its occurrence is in isopropyl alcohol, (CH3)2CHOH.
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Pyrroloimidazole 1a was obtained by using isopropyl bromoacetate as an alkylating agent and phenyl vinyl sulfone as dipolorophile.
Treatment for this condition includes reassurance regarding the benign nature of the disease and cleaning the lesions with isopropyl alcohol.
About 50 individual features for isopropyl cyanide (and 120 for normal-propyl cyanide, its straight-chain sister molecule) were identified in the ALMA spectrum of the Sagittarius B2 region.
Although it is possible that the homemade liquor reportedly consumed by this patient contained isopropyl alcohol, there is another possible explanation for its presence.
The organization had been using a cell freezing container that required the use of 100 percent isopropyl alcohol for stepwise (-1 degree C/minute) cooling of cell lines in a -80 degree C freezer.
Scleral specula and ocular depressors, which were reused on the unit after being soaked for 10-30 minutes in 70% isopropyl alcohol, were positive for adenovirus on polymerase chain reaction assay.
The ability to rapidly kill microorganisms due to its 70 percent isopropyl alcohol content.
The system is designed to provide a higher level of protection from a wider range of biological and chemical cabin air contaminants, such as SARS and avian flu, as well as a reduction in the concentrations of carbon monoxide, benzene, methanol and isopropyl alcohol in the re-circulated cabin air.
Engaged in the design, discovery and development of NNR Therapeuticas, a new class of drugs for the treatment of multiple diseases and disorders of the central nervous system, the biopharmaceutical company used chemicals and solvents such as ether, methylene chloride, chloroform, hexane, ethyl acetate, isopropyl alcohol, methanol and toluene in its process.
Maleic anhydride purris, isopropyl alkohol anhydrous (Sigma-Aldrich), N,N-dimethyl aniline purris.
contains 50% isopropyl myristate as its active ingredient and works by dissolving the waxy exoskeleton of lice and causing dehydration.
Which solvent do you think will best dissolve sugar: water, isopropyl alcohol, or vegetable oil?