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butanol

[′byüt·ən‚ȯl]
(organic chemistry)
Any one of four isomeric alcohols having the formula C4H9OH; colorless, toxic liquids soluble in most organic liquids. Also known as butyl alcohol.
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The Saudi Butanol Company Limited (SaBuCo) was established as a joint venture involving three partners: Saudi Kayan, the Saudi Acrylic Acid Company (SAAC), and Sadara Chemical Company (Sadara), said the statement.
The impossibility of determination of which variables are really significant in the both experimental design occurs because in the both cases the numbers of helpful run was halved with the not butanol production on pH 8, 7 and 5.
On the other hand, as a result of the decrease of total permeation flux, the partial flux of both butanol and water also decreased with the increase of ethanol concentration in coagulation bath from (15 to 35%) in the order of M1> M3> M2 (as shown in Figs.7 and 8).
Para el butanol, a 140[grados]C, se encontro la presencia de 3 picos representativos de la fraccion hidrocarburos C4 a 5 minutos.
In one recent study, Qureshi, ARS chemist Badal Saha, and ARS microbiologist Mike Cotta evaluated the effectiveness of SHFR in fermenting barley straw plant sugars into butanol. They pretreated the barley straw to release the plant sugars, which created a broth called a "hydrolyzate" that could be fermented into butanol.
- - - - - - Haemopillus somnus - - - - - - Haemopillus parsuis - - - - - - Clostridium perfringens - - - - - - M, methanol; H, n-hexane; C, chloroform; E, ethyl acetate; B, butanol; F, water.
The second phase is the solventogenic phase during which acids are reassimilated and used in the production of acetone, butanol, and ethanol.
En este punto los acidos son reconsumidos y convertidos en acetona y butanol, permitiendo a la celula estar activa metabolicamente por mas tiempo al incrementar el pH externo.
The Saudi Butanol Company, which will produce butanol to support the growth of the paints and coatings industry in Saudi Arabia, will be located at Tasnee Petrochemicals Complex in Jubail Industrial City and operated by Tasnee.
The scientists discovered a bacterial strain, named "TU-103," that uses paper to make butanol, a biofuel that can replace gasoline.
Acetone butanol ethanol (ABE) fermentation by Clostridium acetobutylicum is one of the oldest known industrial fermentations.