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isopropyl

[¦ī·sə′prō·pəl]
(organic chemistry)
The radical (CH3)2CH, from isopropane; an example of its occurrence is in isopropyl alcohol, (CH3)2CHOH.
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One of the primary factors that are bolstering the growth of the market is the increasing utilization of isopropyl alcohol as a solvent in industries such as pharmaceuticals and paints and coatings.
Dr Seun Bello said children accidental poisoning from chemical substances like isopropyl alcohol intoxication is commoner among males that are younger than six years as well as adolescents in the habit of experimenting.
Pyrroloimidazole 1a was obtained by using isopropyl bromoacetate as an alkylating agent and phenyl vinyl sulfone as dipolorophile.
The diagnosis of TFFD is confirmed by forceful rubbing with a gauze pad immersed into 70% isopropyl alcohol or ethyl alcohol.
Caption: In Isopropyl cyanide, one carbon atom connects to three other carbons (large, dark gray balls).
* Clean plugs and connectors with a lint-free cloth dampened with isopropyl alcohol.
The branched carbon structure of isopropyl cyanide is a common feature in molecules that are needed for life -- such as amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins.
Also effect of various parameters such as initial mole ratio of isopropyl alcohol over propionic acid, process temperature, and catalyst concentration on the performance of pervaporation reactor was discussed.
Fueled by an isopropyl alcohol solution, its flame burns red and orange for up to 21/2 hours.
BIOPURE HAS LAUNCHED the Bio Tube Applicator, a pneumatically operated machine that, according to the company, allows you to insert components into tubing easily without the need for lubricant such as isopropyl alcohol.
The drink has been tested by the West Yorkshire Public Analyst and found to contain chloroform and isopropyl alcohol.