undecane


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undecane

[‚ən′de‚kān]
(organic chemistry)
CH3(CH2)9CH3 A colorless, combustible liquid, boiling at 385°F (196°C), flash point at 149°F (65°C); used as a chemical intermediate and in petroleum research. Also known as hendecane.
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Abiotic processes may still be considered as nonanoic acid could be synthesized from C[O.sub.2] and [H.sub.2] [31], nonane [78], or undecane [79].
Pectin Furfural Alginate Undecane, dodecane, styrene, benzene.
The quantitative ion for benzene, butyl acetate and undecane was 78, 43 and 57, respectively, while the same was 91 for rest of the components in each case.
(1) b-Phellandrene (2) Toluene (3) Iso-orientin (4) Nonane (5) 6-C-p-ydroxybenzoylvitexin (6) Ethylbenzene (7) Citrullol (8) 2-Propenoic acid, butyl ester (9) latericin B (10) Undecane (11) a-sphinosterol (12) Dodecane (13) Octadecane (14) Tridecane (15) Heptadecane (16) Hentriactone (17) Tetradecane (18) 9,12-Octadecadi enoicacid[7,7] (19) Elaterin (20) n-Hexadecanoic acid
Table 2: GC-MS analysis specific components of fresh oil of Tansy plants from Pan?evo industrial zone Constituents Relative content (%) RI polluted Paneevo zone germacrene-D 1480 1.4 [alpha] -cadinol 1655 3.3 longiborneol 1594 0.8 pinocarvone 1163 0.8 santolina alcohol 1035 1.9 spathulenol 1562 5.7 [alpha] -thujone 1110 0.9 undecane 1100 2.9 Total identified 17.7 RI--retention index (Kovats); All contents are relative, comparing according to total amount of essencial oil, which is found in the plant.
Changes in hydrocarbon concentration in petrol Content, % Before After Hydrocarbon vaporization vaporization Diference, % Alkanes Propane 0.14867 -- -0.14867 Isobhutane 1.0655 -- -1.0655 Bhutan 1.9548 -- -1.9548 Isopentane 4.9377 -- -4.9377 Pentane 2.7987 -- -2.7987 Hexane 2.9976 0.932 82 -2.0647 Isooctane 0.2182 0.190 01 -0.0282 Heptane 1.7181 1.6764 -0.0417 Octane 0.647 73 0.964 63 0.3169 Nonane 0.211 08 0.404 51 0.1934 Decane 1.8078 0.176 08 -1.6317 Undecane 0.166 83 0.323 85 0.1570 Dodecane 0.296 14 0.396 14 0.1 Cycloalcane Cyclopentane 0.155 66 0.1029 -0.0526 Cyclohexane 0.129 85 1.5783 1.4484 Aromatic hydrocarbons Benzol 2.9806 1.588 -1.3926 Toluol 10.548 13.049 2.501 N-xylene 8.9322 14.615 5.6828 O-xylene 3.4376 5.7645 2.3269 Table 4.
Polymer samples (coagulated with an ethanol/ undecane mixture and the remaining monomer) were taken at one hour intervals and analyzed for conversion during the course of polymerization.
This fungus also produced other hydrocarbon compounds including undecane, 2,6-dimethyl; decane, 3,3,5-trimethyl; cyclohexene, 4-methyl; decane, 3, 3, 6-trimethyl; and undecane, 4, 4-dimethyl.
2004 Preparation of cage amine 1, 3, 6, 8-tetraazatricyclo [4.3.1.[1.sup.3,8]] undecane Short Communication Tetrahedron Letters 45 (41): 7563-7565.
Name Standard Content Octane AR 99% Nonane AR 99% Decane AR 99% Undecane AR 99% Dodecane AR 99% Flash point tester WFY-111C Name Manufacturer Octane Tianjin Fu Chen Chemical Reagent Nonane Tianjin Guangfu Institute of Fine Chemicals Decane Shanghai Aladdin Chemical Reagent Undecane Shanghai Aladdin Chemical Reagent Dodecane Shanghai Aladdin Chemical Reagent Flash point tester Dalian Wuzhou Oil Equipment TABLE 2: Flash points of the pure alkanes.
The sink effect of six compounds including ethylbenzene, 1,2-dichlorobenzene, decane, benzaldehyde, undecane, and dodecane on a carpet was studied.
The most common VOCs reported in new buildings include alkanes (decane, undecane, nonane), and aromatic hydrocarbons (toluene) (Brown et al.