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fluorobenzene

[¦flu̇r·ō¦ben‚zēn]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5F A colorless liquid with a boiling point of 84.9°C; used as an insecticide intermediate. Also known as phenyl fluoride.
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Also shown in Table 3 are the properties of fuel tracers, in which diethyl-methyl-amine (DEMA) and fluorobenzene are used as a pair of tracers for PLIEF technique, and 3-pentanone is used as a tracer for PLIF technique.
It is worth mentioning that the low boiling point of DEMA (338 K) compared to fluorobenzene (358 K) and 3-pentanone (373 K) is mainly responsible for the lower initial point boiling of the n-heptane/DEMA/fluorobenzene mixture compared to the n-heptane/3-pentanone mixture.
Kumar, "Synthesis and characterization of liquid crystalline azobenzene chromophores with fluorobenzene terminal," Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, vol.
Mixture fuel of 89% n-hexane (spectroscopic grade), 9% diethyl-methyl-amine (DEMA) and 2% fluorobenzene (FB), was used as test fuel [12].
We explored binding at this subsite using the small molecules fluorobenzene, (trifluoromethyl) benzene, chlorobenzene, 1,2-dichlorobenzene, phenol and 1,3-benzodioxole.
Similarly the heteronuclear interaction of H-20 with C-8 C-24 and C-19 confirmed the joining of carbonyl moiety with fluorobenzene as mentioned in Table-1.The X-ray diffraction studies (Fig.
UV-Vis spectrum of ciprofloxacin (Figure 4(a)) shows two distinct peaks at 272 and 330 nm, which arise due to [pi] [lambda] [[pi].sup.*] transitions of the fluorobenzene moieties and quinolone ring, respectively [30].
Isolation and Initial Characterization of a Bacterial Consortium Able to Mineralize Fluorobenzene. Portugal.
It is interesting that the same catalyst was reported to be highly para-selective in liquid phase nitration with acetyl nitrate (Smith et al., 1996) and in vapour phase nitration of toluene (Dagade et al., 2002) and fluorobenzene (Germain et al., 1996) and reactive distillation of toluene (Choudhary et al., 2000).
Rodgers & Amunugama suggested that the calculations underestimate the binding energy in the cases of toluene and fluorobenzene, when effective core potentials (ECPs) are used for heavier alkali metals like [Rb.sup.+] and [Cs.sup.+].
In fluorobenzene, on the other hand, there is appreciable shortening of these bonds (1.385A) and a more pronounced flattening of the C(6)C(1)C(2) angle (122.5[degrees]).