isobutanol


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isobutanol

[¦ī·sō′byüt·ən‚ȯl]
(organic chemistry)
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This renewable energy has been derived from an alcohol called isobutanol, produced from renewable feedstocks such as sugar, corn, or forest wastes will discuss in details FRL level [9].
This first phase is expected to commence in 2017 and continue until completion of its future, large-scale commercial hydrocarbon plant, which will be built at its existing isobutanol production facility located in Luverne, Minnesota.
To increase the attractiveness of wasps, since there were several global studies conducted on different materials particularly on yellow jacket wasp [28, 17, 20] used different combination of acetic acid and heptyl butyrate, acetic acid with butyl butyrate and acetic acid with isobutanol.
Gevo's production process converts bio-based isobutanol into an alcohol-to-jet synthetic paraffinic kerosene (ATJ-SPK) fuel.
In addition to increasing the efficiency, Nocera and colleagues were able to expand the portfolio of the system to include isobutanol and isopentanol.
We are going to consider Di Ethil Ether as an ignition improver for ethanol fuelled and isobutanol fuelled diesel engine.
Additionally, isobutanol can be produced by fermentation of sugars, including cellulose-derived sugars [35].
Our products conform to strict specifications, with higher purity (no aldehydes, isobutanol or aromatics).
marina to sell gasoline blended with Gevo's renewable isobutanol at the pump.
ClickPress, Tue May 26 2015] Oxo Alcohol Market by Type (N-butanol, 2-ethylhexanol, Isononyl alcohol, Isobutanol, 2-propylheptanol), by Application (Plasticizers, Coatings & adhesives, Lubricant adhesives, Chemical intermediates), by End User - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2020