alkylbenzene


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Noun1.alkylbenzene - organic compound that has an alkyl group bound to a benzene ring
organic compound - any compound of carbon and another element or a radical
methylbenzene, toluene - a colorless flammable liquid obtained from petroleum or coal tar; used as a solvent for gums and lacquers and in high-octane fuels
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These include the development of processes to make linear alkylbenzene (LAB) for a new generation of biodegradable detergents, and the Oleflex propane dehydrogenation process, which efficiently converts propane into propylene and isobutane into isobutylene.
Honeywell UOP technologies include a Unionfining hydrotreating unit, a Molex unit to produce the linear alkylbenzene (LAB) feedstock necessary for making biodegradable detergents, a Pacol unit for dehydrogenation, a DeFine unit to improve product purity, and a Detal detergent alkylation unit, it added.
0% of the total demand in 2012, and also for most of its derivatives that include ethylbenzene, cyclohexane, cumene, nitrobenzene, and alkylbenzene.
sodium and calcium with high intensities as well as poly(dimethyl siloxane), different fatty acids, wax alcohols, alkylbenzene sulfonates and carboxylic acid salts like sodium soaps.
Alkylbenzene sulfonate (LAS), an anionic surfactant, widely used for industrial and domestic applications, and MC-LR are widely distributed in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, but their combined ecotoxicological effects were unknown (Wang et al.
Yet it is still needed as a precursor for the chemical synthesis of many compounds, mainly ethylbenzene, cumene, cyclohexane, nitrobenzene, and alkylbenzene.
ISO 32 Naphthenic and Paraffinic Mineral Oil and ISO VG32 Alkylbenzene in C[O.
Test Matrix Lubricant Moisture Level Aging Temperature Type [degrees]C/[degrees]F ISO 32 Naphthenic Mineral Oil 30 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High) ISO 32 Mineral Oil 18 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High) ISO 32 Alkylbenzene 53 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High) ISO 46 Uncapped PAG 188 (Low) 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High) 1015 (High) 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High) ISO 46 Dicapped PAG 136 (Low) 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High) 974 (High) 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High) ISO VG68 Linear Poe 109 (Low) 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High) 980 (High) 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High) ISO VG68 Branched POE 102 (Low) 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High) 1020 (High) 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High) ISO VG68 Mixed POE 101 (Low) 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High) 997 (High) 175/347 (Low) 225/437 (High)
The largest and most commonly used class of surfactants, the anionic surfactants, include chemistries like alkylbenzene sulfonates, fatty acid soaps, and dialkyl sulfosuccinates.
Investigation of an onsite wastewater treatment system in sandy soil: Sorption and biodegradation of linear alkylbenzene sulfonate.
For detergent industry, petrochemical industry produces alkylbenzene (AB) which is the basic material for detergent.
The alkylbenzene content, in particular, decreased markedly as vaporization proceeds, while there is a slight increase in the content of indanes, tetralins and naphthalenes.