1-dodecanol


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Noun1.1-dodecanol - a colorless insoluble solid alcohol used to make detergents and pharmaceuticals1-dodecanol - a colorless insoluble solid alcohol used to make detergents and pharmaceuticals
alcohol - any of a series of volatile hydroxyl compounds that are made from hydrocarbons by distillation
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PLLA ([M.sub.n] = 43,800 g/mol, [M.sub.w] = 60,700 g/mol, PDI, which could be defined as Mw/Mn = 1.388) and PDLA ([M.sub.n] = 59,800 g/ mol, [M.sub.w] = 88,900 g/mol, PDI = 1.487) were synthesized by bulk ring-opening polymerization (ROP) using 1-dodecanol, and stannous octoate [Sn[(Oct).sub.2]] was used as an initiator and catalyst.
The [epsilon]-caprolactone (CL) monomer (99%, Acros Organics, USA) and 1-dodecanol (98%, Fluka, Switzerland) were purified by distillation under reduced pressure before use.
With the exception of 1-dodecanol and 2-MTHF the presented values for the dynamic viscosities are calculated from the data and formula given by Yaws, see [15].
In duplicate, 100 [micro]L of an internal standard, prepared with 10 [micro]L of 98% 1-dodecanol (Aldrich; Oakville, Ontario) in 10ml of 100% ethyl alcohol was poured into 10ml volumetric flasks to volume.
Repeated dose data for the primary source chemicals 1-octanol and 1-dodecanol can be read-across to untested saturated alcohols of similar chain lengths.
Several extracting solvents including 1-bromohexadecane (melting point 17.3C) 1-undecanol (melting point 13C to 15C) hexadecane (melting point 18C) and 1-dodecanol melting point 24C) were investigated.
1- undecanol 1-dodecanol and 1-hexadecanol are the alcohols that are quantified.
(1981) [omega]- and ([omega]-1)-hydroxylation of 1-dodecanol by frog liver microsomes.
Pancholi, "Effect of temperature variation on acoustic and thermodynamic properties in the multicomponent system of heptane + 1-dodecanol + cyclohexane at 298, 308 and 318K and suitability of different theories of sound speed," Journal of the Indian Chemical Society, vol.
The major constituents were 2-undecanone (33.9%), 2-Heptanol acetate (17.5%), 1-dodecanol (11.0%), geyrene (10.4%) and 2-nonanone (8.8% (Mojtaba et al., 2009).