octyl alcohol

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octyl alcohol

[′äkt·əl ′al·kə‚hȯl]
(organic chemistry)
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Then the solution was allowed to stand for 24 h resulting in two layers which were separately collected in two different test tubes and analyzed by UV spectrophotometer at 231 nm and octanol to water ratio were calculated (Shah et al.
Now, they have turned to octanol as a safe form of alcohol that doesn't cause the damage associated with alcoholic drinks.
El procedimiento secuencial para la obtencion de p-aminobenzoatos con metanol, etanol, propanol, butanol, pentanol, hexanol, heptanol v octanol como alcoholes primarios e isopropanol, isobutanol v 2-butanol como alcoholes substituidos para este caso fue el siguiente: En un matraz bola de 125 mL con una junta esmerilada (14/20) se colocaron a traves de un embudo de adicion de solidos 2.
ow] (Coeficiente octanol agua), su pKa (Constante acido Base), su CAE o PEC (Concentracion Ambiental Esperada en mg [L.
They found that the coalescence was completely inhibited when the concentration of octanol was increased to a certain level.
Table 1 Typical trigeminal stimulants Volatile stimulants (1) Water-soluble stimulants Octanol Capsaicin (2) Nicotine Piperine (2) Heptanol Zingerone (2) Hexanol Eugenol (2) Octanoic acid Allyl-isothiocyanate (2) Heptanoic acid Dihydrocapsaicin (3) [alpha]-Terpineol Nordihydrocapsaicin (3) l-Carvone Homocapsaicin (3) Butyric acid Homodihydrocapsaicin (3) Pentanol Resiniferatoxin (3) Acetic acid Isovelleral (3) Diethylamine Scutigeral (3) Cyclohexanone Capsazepine (3) Benzaldehyde Ovanil (3) Benzyl acetate Valeric acid Formic acid Butanol Amyl acetate Ethanol Propanol Limonene Butyl acetate Toluene Methanol (1) Bryant and Silver (2000); in order of increasing threshold.
The octanol solubility test has been resulting in some organic pigments being classified as bioaccumulative.
octanol, decanol) using nicotinic acid dinucleotide (NAD) as a cofactor.
Values for n (Table 3) imply that proportionally less Saturn[TM] is adsorbed by the soil than Cosmos[TM], which is in agreement with the reported octanol : water partitioning coefficient ([K.
For many years, environmental chemists have made predictions about how long the non-ionic pollutants will stay there by using octanol, an organic solvent, as a chemical stand-in for natural organic material.
In experiments reported in the March 28 PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, Charness and his colleagues found that some other forms of alcohol, such as octanol, can block ethanol's action.
Mid last year the Tirtamas Group started to prepare the development of an octanol plant by establishing PT Petro Oxo Nusantara.