decanol

decanol

[′dek·ə‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
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Commercially, capric acid is produced from the oxidation of decanol along with the use of oxidant chromium trioxide.
Synthesis of Internal Standard Trimethylsilyl Decanol (TMSD).
The 2% PAHs and crude oil utilization by the bacterial isolate using Bacto Bushnell Hass broth was studied using decanol, hexadecane, toluene, dodecane, engine oil, benzene, octane, oleic acid, and naphthalene as sole carbon source and checked for utilization.
Adding testosterone, Decanol, Synthol, and growth hormones (GH) to their workout sees results that used to take eight or nine months in as little as two.
Peak d at 4.383 min is attributed to the fluorine-containing decanol according to MS database, which can be regarded as a new combination of SURFLON S-386 fragments with silicon-hydroxyl on the MFS surface.
[4] determined the flash point of decanol and discovered that it did not belong to the combustible materials category, where it was included on the material safety data sheet.
[33] observed that a cosurfactant such as decanol can induce a lamellar structure.
They can be easily cleaned and sterilized with cleaning solutions like sodium hydroxide, nitric acid, decanol, ethanol, bleach and ethylene oxide [1].
The microfluidic channels can be easily cleaned and sterilized with chemical solutions of sodium hydroxide, nitric acid, decanol, ethanol, bleach, or ethylene oxide [2].