alkylate


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alkylate

[′al·kə‚lāt]
(organic chemistry)
A product of the alkylation process in petroleum refining.
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Preclinical findings show that IMGN632, which alkylates DNA, had potent selective activity against AML cells with lower cytotoxicity to normal myeloid progenitor cells than an ADC designed to crosslink DNA activity.
2011, Aclan then wrote to Purisima about the refusal of Biazon to demand payment from PSPC for the alkylate shipment.
Alkylate gives premium gasoline its high-octane punch.
The engine fuels used were special alkylate petrol for two-stroke engines and a blend of regular petrol E95 (A-class) and Addinol two-stroke engine oil MZ408 in a ratio of 1/50.
The ambient cathodically generated nucleophiles alkylate at both carbon and oxygen and the competition is crucially dependent on the cation (tetra-butylammonium ion or lithium ion).
The company is said to be the market leader in alkylate petrol in Sweden and in other markets in which it operates.
As a result of the new regulation, Reuters said traders and analysts predict that refinery demand for such low aromatic fuel components as methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE), isomerate and alkylate will increase, thus raising the costs for these additives.
Linear alkylbenzene sulfonic acids and alkylate bottoms are currently being reviewed by the OECD SIDS program.
When nitrosamines alkylate rat esophageal DNA and thereby initiate cancer, they are presumably activated by microsomes in the rat esophagus because the active metabolites do not travel in the blood from other organs to the esophagus (24).
Direct Purchase: A company is looking for: Alkylate, Naphtha, MTBE, Natural gasoline.
There are no studies on the impacts of increased alkylate use on public health.
The Phillips alkylation process used at the Lytton plant uses hydrofluoric acid as a catalyst to combine light hydrocarbons that are too volatile for use in gasoline in a reactor to form alkylate, a high-octane blending agent to produce unleaded gasoline.