ethyl ether


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Related to ethyl ether: Petroleum ether, ethyl acetate

ethyl ether

[¦eth·əl ′ē·thər]
(electromagnetism)
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3, 2004 Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Vanderhaegen's team detailed how furfuryl ethyl ether forms.
A 10-second ethyl ether washing was used to quantify the erucamide concentration on a POP surface (8).
He recalled a Florida state bomb squad deliberately detonating less than half a pint of ethyl ether.
Bark samples were sequentially extracted in a Soxhlet apparatus using reagent grade hexane, ethyl ether, ethanol (95%), and water.
Out of the 14 compounds halfordinol (12), ethyl ether aegeline (13) and esculetin (9) were most active with % of lipid content 10.
Filtrate was re-extracted successively with petroleum ether (fraction I), ethyl ether (fraction II), and ethyl acetate (fraction III) using separating funnel.
panthenyl ethyl ether, milk protein, lactose, myo-inositol, acetyl cysteine, acetyl methionine, sodium citrate, citric acid.
Dichloromethane, hexane, cyclohexane, and ethyl ether were purchased from Aldrich and ethyl ether from Fischer Scientific (all analytical grade).
The blood of mice was collected from the inferior vena cava under ethyl ether anesthesia, drawn using venipuncture into serum separation tubes, allowed to clot for 10 min at room temperature, and then centrifuged (1,000g, 10 min, 4[degrees]C).
Application and testing also includes other forms of liquid hydrocarbons such as liquefied natural gas, methyl ethyl ether and sulphur contaminated liquid fuel.