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 (ĕth′ə-nĕth′ē-ôl′, -ōl′, -ŏl′)
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Thioacidolysis process, in which ethanethiol is used instead of water, produced more lignin and less complex monomer mixtures.
A milliequimolar mixture of 1a (0.39 g, 1 mmol) and ethanethiol (0,072 mL, 1 mmol) were refluxed in acetonit-rile on an oil-bath for 4 hours.
The protein will decompose into ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and ethanethiol; the fat will decompose into aldehydes and aldehyde acid; and the carbohydrate will decompose into alcohol, ketone, and carboxylic acid.
The average sulphur concentrations of ethanethiol for the petroleum were reported to be 500 and 800 ppmw in Jinling, China, respectively.
Greim (Commission for the Investigation of Health Hazards of Chemical Compounds in the Work Area, Germany) present ten papers that provide documentation of MAK (maximale arbeitsplatz konzentration or maximum workplace concentration) values for arsenic and its inorganic compounds, beryllium and its inorganic compounds, butanethiol, carbon disulfide, diisopropyl ether, ethanethiol, nitrogen dioxide, propargyl alcohol, and vinyl acetate.
Zhang, "First-principles calculations of ethanethiol adsorption and decomposition on GaN (0 0 01) surface,' Applied Surface Science, vol.
In the water phase, the decomposition products of sulfur that contained compounds were found: butanethiol 14 and diethyl disulfide [([C.sub.2][H.sub.5]-S).sub.2] 15 (from ethanethiol 16 oxidation), as well as 3-methylbutanol 2 C[H.sub.3]-CH(C[H.sub.3])-C[H.sub.2]-C[H.sub.2]-OH.