propionaldehyde


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pro·pi·on·al·de·hyde

 (prō′pē-ŏn-ăl′də-hīd′)
n.
A flammable liquid, C3H6O, with a suffocating odor, used in the manufacture of plastics and rubber chemicals, and as a preservative and disinfectant. Also called propanal.

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Noun1.propionaldehyde - a colorless liquid aldehyde
aldehyde - any of a class of highly reactive chemical compounds; used in making resins and dyes and organic acids
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The chemical composition of Mentha longifolia No % Name 1 1.00 [beta]-Thujene 2 0.72 [alpha]-Pinene 3 0.20 Camphene 4 0.62 1-Octen-3-ol 5 0.21 [beta]-Pinene 6 1.02 [beta]-Pinene 7 0.28 3-Octanol 8 0.15 [alpha]-Phellandrene 9 1.32 [alpha]-Terpinene 10 17.38 o-Cymol 11 8.27 [gamma]-Terpinene 12 0.90 Endo-Borneol 13 0.80 4-Terpineol 14 0.17 [alpha]-Terpineol 15 0.29 [alpha]-Terpineol 16 1.04 Pulegone 17 0.28 Thymol 18 0.23 *unknown 19 61.40 Carvacrol 20 0.28 Propionaldehyde 21 1.65 Caryophyllene 22 0.25 Spathulenol 23 1.42 Caryophyllene oxide 24 0.13 Naphthalene
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Once commissioned, it will add a capacity of 100,000 mt/year of propanol and 40,000 mt/year of propionaldehyde. Propanol is used to manufacture products mainly ending up in printing inks, coatings, adhesives and pharmaceuticals applications.
[16] obtained the LBV of three [C.sub.3][H.sub.6]O isomers, propylene oxide (cyclic ether), acetone (ketone), and propionaldehyde (aldehyde) at room temperature and atmospheric pressure.
The world-scale plant, dubbed 'Propanol-2', will boost Oxea's propanol production capacity by around 100,000 metric tonnes/year, and its propionaldehyde capacity by 40,000 mt/year, added the Oman Daily Observer report.
Propionaldehyde and 2-methyl-2-pentenal contents were different (p [less than or equal to] 0.05) in landraces samples: the highest values were in Aprilatica landrace, followed by Maggiaiola and Giugnese.