cyclohexene


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cyclohexene

[¦sī·klō′hek‚sēn]
(organic chemistry)
C6H10 A compound that occurs in coal tar; a liquid that is used as an alkylation component; used in the manufacture of hexahydrobenzoic acid, adipic acid, and maleic acid.
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Muggeridge, Physical properties (density, viscosity, surface tension, interfacial tension, and contact angle) of the system isopropyl alcohol + cyclohexene + water, J .Chem .Eng .Data., 52, 548 (2007).
Potential carcinogenic hazards of non-regulated disinfection byproducts: haloquinones, halo-cyclopentene and cyclohexene derivatives, N-halamines, halonitriles, and heterocyclic amines.
If cyclohexene reacts with hydrogen to form cyclohexane, the change in enthalpy is -120 kJ mol" (1).
Calcination effect of Ca-Fe hydrocalumites supported CoMo for the hydrodesulfurization of thiophene and hydrogenation of cyclohexene
Example of a simplified cationic/epoxy monomer (cyclohexene oxide) cure (a) activation and (b) propagation with ACE (Active Chain End) mechanisms [10].
Meng, "Semi-crystalline terpolymers with varying chain sequence structures derived from CO2, cyclohexene oxide and [epsilon]-caprolactone: One-step synthesis catalyzed by tri-zinc complexes," Polymer Chemistry, vol.
Minetti, "Low-temperature oxidation and autoignition of cyclohexene: A modeling study," Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, vol.
Zdrazil, "Synergetic effects of Pt and Ru added to Mo/AlO sulfide catalyst in simultaneous hydrodesulfurization of thiophene and hydrogenation of cyclohexene," Journal of Catalysis, vol.
Kim, "Copolymerization of cyclohexene oxide with carbon dioxide over nano-sized multi-metal cyanide catalysts," Solid State Ionics, vol.
It also evaluates seven components specific to adhesives, such as benzothiazole, methyl biphenyl and vinyl cyclohexene. All of these chemicals have been documented by the CDC and various medical studies as potential carcinogens, neurotoxins, endocrine disruptors and teratogens (which cause birth defects).