hexylene


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hexylene

(ˈhɛksɪˌliːn)
n
(Chemistry) a liquid hydrocarbon similar to ethylene
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9,687,441 B1; Ashley Diana Black International Holdings, LLC, Pearland, IX, has patented a composition that contains sunflower seed oil, caprylic/capric triglyceride, rice bran extract, plankton extract, rosemary leaf extract, sunflower extract, tocopherol, isopropyl myristate, soybean seed oil, lavender oil, lavendin oil, phenoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol, ethylhexylglycerin, hexylene glycol and fragrance.
In our previous work, we had synthesized two random polyesteramides composed of hexylene adipamide and butylencs adipale units (33|.
Wang, "Preparation and characterization of aliphatic/aromatic copolyesters based on bisphenol-A terephthalate, hexylene terephthalate and lactide mioties" Reactive and Functional Polymers, vol.
The variation of contact angle with time is demonstrated with droplets of an aqueous solution of glycerine and hexylene glycol deposited on micro porous membranes showing quite marked decreases as spreading and imbibition proceeds.
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1995) and multiple asters under our conditions, an effect modified and enhanced by hexylene glycol (HG; Rebhun and Sawada, 1969; Saiki and Hamaguchi, 1997).
Ingredients include ammonium phosphate (a common fertilizer), ammonium sulfate, hexylene glycol, butyl carbitol, ethyl alcohol, iron oxide, butanol, ethanol, anionic surfactants, guar gum, spoilage inhibitors, gum-thickeners, and bactericides.
To that end, Babik pointed to a workhorse technology found in Jeen's stable, Jeecide CAP 5 (INCI: Phenoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol, potassium sorbate, water, hexylene glycol), which he says was one of the first products to use a booster, a trend that is shaping new product development within preservatives.
Considering the surface characteristics of the coir dust associated to the hydrophilic nature of both, filler and plasticizer, part of the hexylene glycol may have migrated to the filler surface, decreasing the amount of free plasticizer in the matrix and, therefore, causing the changes observed in the diffractogram of PHB/coir dust composites.
00 (Xylitol (and) sodium phosphate (and) water) Hexylene glycol 5.
05 Phase C Shadownyl (BASF) (Water (and) algae extract (and) hexylene 2.