dimethylbenzene


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dimethylbenzene

(dī'mĕthəlbĕn`zēn): see xylenexylene
or dimethylbenzene
, C6H4(CH3)2, colorless, oily, liquid aromatic hydrocarbon, used extensively as a solvent, obtained from coal tar, wood tar, and sometimes from petroleum.
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dimethylbenzene

[‚dī¦meth·əl′ben‚zēn]
(organic chemistry)
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A small amount (about 1 g) of purified IIR and MAn-g-IIR samples was first dissolved in 50 ml of dimethylbenzene in a conical flask.
By referring to the related literatures (24), the EBA-g-MAH/CB composites were prepared as follows: EBA-g-MAH and CB with the mass ratio of 100/60 were dissolved in dimethylbenzene and then reacted at 120C for 24 h.
3] solution for 5 min to remove the SAN and etched in dimethylbenzene to remove the PB, and then they all sputtered with gold before observation.
To obtain a good contrast, EPDM phase of some samples was etched with dimethylbenzene for 2 h.