2-methoxyethanol

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2-methoxyethanol

[¦tü mə‚thäk·sē′eth·ə‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
CH3OCH2CH2OH A poisonous liquid, used as a solvent for low-viscosity cellulose acetate, natural and some synthetic resins, and alcohol-soluble dyes, and also used in dyeing leather.
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A frequently used method for preparing NiO is solution-processed technique by adding monoethanolamine and nickel acetate tetrahydrate in methoxyethanol then stirring for 10 hours to form NiO precursor solutions and via spin coating to achieve NiO film.
[29.] Syed V., Hecht N.B.: Rat pachytene spermatocytes downregulate a polo-like kinase, and up-regulate a thiolspecific antioxidant protein, whereas sertoli cells downregulate a phosphodiesterase and up-regulate an oxidative stress protein after exposure to methoxyethanol and methoxyacetic acid.
Lipase activity was measured using [rho]-nitrophenyl myristate as a substrate dissolved in a 0.25-M Tris-HCl, 0.25-mm methoxyethanol, and 5-mM sodium cholate buffer (Iijima et al.
The commercially available polymers can be easily processed from dilute solutions in solvents such as water and methoxyethanol.
A dispersion medium comprised of methoxyethanol and ethanol was selected for the polymerizations in which azobisizobutyronitrile and polyacrylic acid were used as the initiator and the steric stabilizer, respectively.
The polarity of dispersion medium was adjusted by mixing methoxyethanol and ethanol at different ratios.
We found that 2 methoxyethanol as an efficient reaction medium in terms of clean reaction conditions, not expensive, yields and environmentally eco-friendly.