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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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 22, 2019-: Isobutene Market Is Expected To Touch New Height Of USD 30.71 Billion by 2024: Grand View Research, Inc
The business produces a comprehensive range of speciality and intermediate chemicals derived from ethylene and isobutene.
* SWITZERLAND: Clariant and industrial biotech firm Global Bioenergies have developed a new bio-based polymer for cosmetic creams and lotions that is derived from renewable isobutene.
"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.
The reactors can be used to build new or retrofit existing ethylbenzene to styrene dehydrogenation facilities, butane to butene, or isobutane to isobutene plants.
The differences are mainly related to the formation of chemicals like cycloalkane, aldehyde and isobutene by-products (Figure 9).
Although this stove weighs in at just 2.6 ounces (not including its isobutene canister), it can boil a liter of water in only 3.5 minutes.
As per the results among all the hydrocarbon mixtures, 50% propane, 40% butane and 10% of isobutene has the best performance.
The gases were determined by selective ion monitoring as C[O.sub.2] (m/z = 44), isobutene (m/z = 56), and water (m/z = 18).
Uzun, "Alternative fuel additives from glycerol by etherification with isobutene: Structure-performance relationships in solid catalysts," Fuel Processing Technology, vol.