methyl cyclohexane

methyl cyclohexane

[′meth·əl ¦sī·klō′hek‚sān]
(organic chemistry)
C7H14 Colorless liquid boiling at 101°C; used as a cellulosic solvent and as a chemical intermediate. Also known as hexahydrotoluene.
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We analyzed its molecular composition and compared the result with that of three other laboratories to confirm that it mainly contains 24 types of hydrocarbons: methane, ethane, propane, isobutane, M-butane, neopentane, isopentane, M-pentane, methyl cyclopentane, cyclohexane, 2-methylpentane, 3-methylpentane, M-hexane, 2,2/3,3-dimethyl pentane, methyl cyclohexane, 2/3-methyl hexane, 2,3-dimethyl pentane, M-heptane, benzene, M-octane, methyl benzene, M-nonane, ethylbenzene,p-xylene, and o-xylene.
1, Methane; 2, ethane; 3, propane; 4, isobutane; 5, n-butane; 6, neopentane; 7, isopentane; 8, n-pentane; 9, methyl cyclopentane; 10, cyclohexane; 11, 2-methylpentane; 12, 3-methylpentane; 13, n-hexane; 14, 2,2/3,3-dimethyl pentane; 15, methyl cyclohexane; 16, 2/3methylhexane +2,3-dimethyl pentane; 17, n-heptane; 18, benzene; 19, n-octane; 20, methylbenzene; 21, n-nonane; 22, ethylbenzene; 23, p-xylene; 24, o-xylene.
1, Methane; 2, ethane; 3, propane; 4, isobutane; 5, n-butane; 6, isopentane; 7, n-pentane; 8, methyl cyclopentane; 9, cyclohexane; 10, 2-methylpentane; 11, 3-methylpentane; 12, n-hexane; 13, methyl cyclohexane; 14, 2/3-methylhexane; 15, n-heptane; 16, benzene; 17, n-octane; 18, methylbenzene; 19, n-nonane; 20, p-xylene.