cyclopentanol


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cyclopentanol

[¦sī·klō′pen·tə‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C5H9OH A colorless liquid boiling at 139°C; used as a solvent for perfumes and pharmaceuticals. Also known as cyclopentyl alcohol.
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where x1 is the mole fraction of 2,5Hexandione, x2 is the mole fraction of cyclopentanol or cyclohexanol, Ai are adjustable parameters obtained by a least squares method, and J is the degree of the polynomials.
The Redlich kister equation provided the best results to the experimental data with the standard deviations of for the 2,5 hexanedione + cyclohexanol (V E > 0.01, In > 0.04, IG*E > 2) than 2,5 hexanedione + cyclopentanol (VE > 0.02, In > *E0.05, IG > 0.8) at different temperatures under study.
Table-9: Values of density () viscosity (n), Excess volume (VE) and viscosity deviations (In) for ternary System of 2,5 Hexandione (x1) + cyclopentanol (x2) + cycloHexanol (x3) at different temperatures
Table-10: The excess activation free energy IG*E of 2,5 Hexandione + cyclopentanol + cyclohexanol mixture at different temperatures
Table-11: The activation excess parameter IH*E and *EIS of 2,5 Hexandione + cyclopentanol + cyclohexanol mixture at different temperatures
Compound Rt (a) Content % Butanol, 3-methyl-,aceate 5.538 1.370 [alpha]-Terpinolene 6.146 0.269 [alpha]-Pinene 6.686 22.876 Camphene 6.998 3.473 Sabinene 7.587 17.902 [beta]-Myrcene 7.933 0.651 [alpha]-Phellandrene 8.184 1.705 [alpha]-Terpinene 8.469 0.546 1,8-Cineole 8.788 21.472 [gamma]-Terpinene 9.343 0.814 2-Pyrrrolidinone 9.864 7.169 Linalool 10.188 1.373 Bicyclo[3.1.0]hexane 10.336 5.552 Alloocimene 10.746 0.393 Cyclopentanol, 2,4,4-triethyl- 10.838 0.201 Isopinocarreol 10.990 0.232 Campher 11.089 6.794 Pinocarvone 11.431 0.253 4-Methyl-1,6-heptadien-4-01 11.549 2.302 P-Fenchyl alcohol 11.959 1.047 2-cyclohexen-1-01, 3-methyl-6- 12.271 0.319 Bicycio[3.
In chicken, B1 is metabolized into M1 and B2a in the liver and NADP linked enzyme system reduces B1 and B2 to cyclopentanol and aflatoxinol.
The studied polar solvents were: water, methanol, ethanol, ethylene glycol, and 2-propanol; the amphiphilic solvents were: 2-butanol and cyclopentanol; and finally the nonpolar solvents were: n-hexane, toluene, and isooctane.
[DELTA] n [T.sub.g] [T.sub.[alpha]] @ I Hz Solvent [DELTA] [eq.sub.solvent] ([degrees [degrees] m (%) / [eq.sub.CONH) ] C)--DSC C)--BDS Dry -- -- 64 68 Water 9.6 0.97 -22 -24 Methanol 13.2 0.64 -53 -31 Ethanol 11.9 0.47 -35 -32 Ethylene 14.5 0.43 -36 -33 glycol 2-propanoi 9.5 0.29 -10 -9 2-butanol 1.1 0.03 50 60 Cyclopentanol 1.0 0.02 51 52 Toluene 1.7 0.03 20 23 n-hexane 1.2 0.03 40 38 Isooctane 1.9 0.03 35 34 E10 10.2 -- -29 -20 Solvents are classified by decreasing polarity and increasing size except for the E10 mixture.
It is then observed that the polar (methanol, ethanol, and 2-propanol) and the amphiphilic (2-butanol and cyclopentanol) monofunctional alcohols seem to follow the same plasticization mechanism (solid curve in Fig.
We then compared the sorption of El0 to those of 2-butanol and cyclopentanol, as shown in Table 1.
Kinetics and mechanism of Os(VIII) catalyzed and uncatalyzed oxidation of cyclopentanol, cyclohexanol and cycloheptanol by ditelluratocuprate(III) in alkaline medium has also been given by Rao et al.