isobutene


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isobutene

(ˌaɪsəʊˈbjuːtiːn)
n
(Chemistry) chem a chemical used in manufacturing butyl rubber. Formula: (CH3)2C=CH2
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Both propane and isobutene can be further converted into a range of products, Including excellent fuel substitutes (e.
The Oxidation of 2-butene: A High Pressure Ignition Delay, Kinetic Modeling Study and Reactivity Comparison with Isobutene and 1-butene," Proceedings of the Combustion Institute.
This could take shape in the development of oxidic catalysts for a novel method to produce ultrapure isobutene or in the continuous further development of a titanium silicalite catalyst for the synthesis of propylene oxide to support the growing demands our customers face with regard to profitability and environmental protection.
6 ounces (not including its isobutene canister), it can boil a liter of water in only 3.
As per the results among all the hydrocarbon mixtures, 50% propane, 40% butane and 10% of isobutene has the best performance.
In the production of bio-based methyl methacrylate (MMA), France-based Global Bioenergies has been working with Arkema on the development of bio-based methacryllc acid using glucose-based Isobutene feedstock.
It is manufactured from raw materials such as propene, isobutene, and oxygen.
Options include a propane version and an isobutene version.
The Company initially focused its efforts on the production of isobutene, one of the most important petrochemical building blocks that can be converted into fuels, plastics, organic glass and elastomers.
Wang, Yellow acid salt accelerators in isobutene elastomer cured in the application, World Rubber Industry, 36, 8 (2009).
Candidates included isobutene, R-123fa, R123, and R134a.