cycloalkane


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cycloalkane

[¦sī·klō′al‚kān]
(organic chemistry)
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It can be noted that the two butanol fuel blends outperform their OI, whereas the High Cycloalkane fuel performs worse than its RON and MON numbers would predict.
An interesting thing to note is that the ignition delay of toluene is more sensitive to pressure changes than cycloalkane and olefin components.
F purposes of discussing their fates and effects, most can be conveniently divided into four categorie alkanes, cycloalkanes, olefins (or alkenes) and cycloalkenes, and aromatics.
Alkane n-octane 10.0% Alkene 1-octene 7.0% Isoalkane iso-pentane 39.0% Cycloalkane cyclohexane 8.0% Cycloalkene cyclohexene 6.0% Aromatic toluene 15.0% Aromatic ethylbenzene 15.0% Total 100.0% Table 3.
Cycloalkane is a kind of saturated hydrocarbon containing an alicyclic structure in organic chemistry and it contains an alicyclic ring and unsubstituted alkyl on the ring.
The carbon isotope distribution pattern of n-alkanes, branched alkanes, and cycloalkanes is shown in Figure 8.
Rucker, "On topological indices, boiling points, and cycloalkanes," Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences, vol.
Crippen, "Exploringthe conformation space of cycloalkanes by linearized embedding," Journal of Computational Chemistry, vol.
The particle bond network (ABC) index connects to the security of direct alkanes and stretched alkanes and is used to process the strain vitality of cycloalkanes [38, 39].
In contrast, the T-28 contained mostly linear alkanes (~84%) and branched alkanes (8%), with smaller amounts of cycloalkanes, aromatic compounds, polycyclic compounds and tetralins.
Identified compounds were assigned to 17 chemical families: acids, alkanes, alcohols, aldehydes, aliphatic, and aromatic hydrocarbons, cycloalkanes, cyclopentanones, cyclopentenones, esters, glycol, ketones, lactones, pyridines, phenols, terpenes, and terpenoids.
Abraha, "Site charge models for molecular electrostatic potentials of cycloalkanes and tetrahedrane," Journal of Computational Chemistry, vol.