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decyl

[′des·əl]
(organic chemistry)
An isomeric grouping of univalent radicals, all with formulas C10H21, and derived from the decanes by removing one hydrogen.
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In recent studies, HA surface has been modified with different coupling agents, such as dodecyl alcohol [5], photocrosslinkable chitosan [6], etidronic acid [7], hexyl, octyl, and decyl phosphate in mixed acetone/ water solvents or using laser [3] to improve the interfacial adhesion between filler and polymer matrix.
PLANTACARE 2000 UP (INCI: decyl glucoside, C8-C16 fatty alcohol polyglycoside) was purchased from BASF.
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--[RDe.sub.(By-1)]--means a distance (range) between the value of decyl I and the value of decyl IX of the selected ratio of the financial analysis in the group of bankrupt companies one year prior to their bankruptcy (typical area of variability of this ratio in 80% of the middle observations);
* Description: Dicaprylyl ether (and) decyl glucoside (and) glyceryl oleate
Besides, we highlighted the decyl gallate role as a promising broadspectrum antifungal.
Decyl methacrylate was used as a matrix for fluorescent nanosensors [16].
A BODIPY derivative with a decyl group at the meso position has been synthesized to make polymers with supramolecular self-assembled structures (Nagi et al.
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Instead they use the cleansing powers of decyl glucoside, derived from sugar, coconut and palm kernel oil.
These microcapsules have constituents as follows: "A" contained camphor with red dye, "B" contained camphor without red dye, "C" contained alkylammonium salt of (2-benzothiazolylthio) succinic acid in xylene, "D" contained spar varnish, tung oil, and iso decyl diphenyl phosphate (a low viscosity carrier), "M" contained tung oil.
DOP substitutes include dibutyl phthalate (DBP), idiso decyl phthalate (DIDP), di iso nonyl phthalate (DINP) and tri octyl trimellitate (TOTM).