octyl


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oc·tyl

 (ŏk′təl)
adj.
Relating to or being a hydrocarbon unit, C8H17, that can occur as a substituent in an organic compound or as an ion or radical.

octyl

(ˈɒktɪl) chem
n
1. (Chemistry)
a. a radical of hydrogen and carbon that is produced from octane
b. (as modifier): octyl gallates.
2. (Chemistry) (as modifier): octyl gallates.
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Tenders are invited for Di octyl adipate (doa) as per specification no.
Examples of emollients include cetyl stearate, glyceryl stearate, octyl octanoate, decyl oleate, and isostearyl alcohol.
Those that disappear after 5 days include balsam of Peru, benzoic acid, disperse blue #124, fragrance mix, mercury, methyldibromo glutaronitrile, phenoxyethanol, and octyl gallate.
4] powders were prepared by solution combustion synthesis method using renewable fuel, palm oil derived octyl alcohol and lauric acid.
Topical skin adhesives (such as Cardinal Health[TM] LiquiBand[R] OCTYL Topical Skin Adhesive) provide the closure strength required while also creating an effective microbial barrier that still provides visibility to the incision.
Those ingredients--amiloxate, enzacamene, octyl triazone, bemotrizinol, bisoctrizole, iscotrizinol, ecamsule and drometrizole trisiloxane--have been languishing on the Time and Extent Application list, awaiting FDA's approval for years; most of them waiting for a decade or longer
Our calculations demonstrate that the SWNT-PFO binding energy tends to increase as the length of the side chain increases reaching the optimal value for octyl groups.
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It was found that the stability of the blends depend on the length of the glycolic esters' alkoxy group and hexyl glycolic and octyl glycolic were found to be the most effective in various gasoline-methanol blends.
Other promising agents might be octyl nicotinate (0.
Based on octyl BIN butylated diphenylamine chemistry, Good-Rite 3131 is engineered to prevent discoloration and scorch by providing thermo-oxidative stabilization of oils, lubricants, polyols, elastomers, and adhesives.
Based on an octyl butylated diphenylamine chemistry, Good-Rite3131 is formulated to prevent discoloration and scorch by providing thermo-oxidative stabilization of polyols, elastomers and adhesives.