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diethyl

[dī′eth·əl]
(organic chemistry)
Pertaining to a molecule with two ethyl groups.
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This report provides detailed historical analysis of global market for Diethyl Carbonate and provides extensive market forecasts from 2019-2028 by region/country and subsectors.
[USPRwire, Wed Jun 26 2019] The growth in the automotive industry and other industries such as the pharmaceutical industry and pharmaceutical industry is expected to drive the growth of diethyl ether market in the near future.
[ClickPress, Wed Jun 26 2019] The growth in the automotive industry and other industries such as the pharmaceutical industry and pharmaceutical industry is expected to drive the growth of diethyl ether market in the near future.
In our investigations, the snowflake-shaped ZnO nanostructures were systemically characterized, and the gas-sensing performance to VOCs including diethyl ether, methylbenzene, and ethanol was also demonstrated.
The powder (20 g) was soaked separately in 100 ml of solvents with increasing order of polarity; methanol, ethanol, acetone, chloroform, and diethyl ether, respectively for 10 days at room temperature, and crude extract were used as stock extract with 200 mg/ml final concentration.
Faizal, Effect of diethyl ether additive on palm biodiesel fuel characteristics and low temperature flow properties, IJAST, 52: 111-120.
Ethyl phenyl acetate increased both years relative to harvest date, while diethyl succinate decreased in 2011 and increased in 2012.
Transdermal uptake of diethyl phthalate and di(n-butyl) phthalate directly from air: experimental verification.
hatei (20 g) were taken in a separate glass vessel and soaked in 100 ml of different organic solvents like n-heptane, n- hexane, diethyl ether, dichloromethane and n-hexane : diethyl ether (1:1) mixture.
Recently, salicylanilide diethyl phosphates (diethyl [(2-phenylcarbamoyl)phenyl] phosphates 1; Figure 1) have been synthesized as potential antimycobacterial agents with activity in the micromolar range (minimum inhibitory concentrations (MICs) from 1 [micro]M).
Two tenders for the supply of (a) different electric requisites, also (b) diethyl amino phosphate.
The product's formula combines cellulose, the most common organic compound on Earth, which is renewable and biodegradable, together with natural plasticizers, which differ from DEP (Diethyl Phthalate), as they derive from citric acid, a natural substance.