ethyl isovalerate

ethyl isovalerate

[¦eth·əl ī·sō′val·ə‚rāt]
(organic chemistry)
(CH3)2CHCH2COOC2H5 A colorless, oily liquid with an apple odor, soluble in water and miscible with alcohol, benzene, and ether; used for flavoring beverages and confectioneries.
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The researchers studied different organic phases (limonene, pinene, ethyl isovalerate, ethyl butyrate, hexanal and cyclopentanone) and one aqueous phase (0.1 M acetate buffer at pH 5.5).
Number of Name of the Scotch Irish Bourbon variables-column compound number 1-1 2-Propanol + + + 2-1 n-Butanol + + + 3-1 Furfural + + + 4-1 Ethyl isovalerate - + + 5-1 Alpha-pinene + + + 6-1 Decanal + + + 7-1 Eugenol + + + 8-1 Geosmin + + + 9-1 Gamma-decalactone + + + 10-1 12-Methyltridecanal + + + 1-2 n-Butanol + + + 2-2 Furfural + - + 3-2 1-Octanol - - + 4-2 Decanal + + + 5-2 2,4-Nonadienal + + + 6-2 Phenylethyl acetate + + + 7-2 (E,E)-2,3-Decadienal + + + 8-2 4-Vinylguaiacol - - + 9-2 Geosmin + + + 10-2 Gamma-nonalactone - - + 11-2 Gamma-decalatone + + + "+" means that the compound was considered as variable for the chosen group.