ethanal

NOUN
  1. a colorless volatile water-soluble liquid aldehyde used chiefly in the manufacture of acetic acid and perfumes and drugs
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How To Use ethanal In A Sentence

  • For example ethanol loses two hydrogen atoms to give ethanal and when an oxygen atom is added to this the product is ethanoic acid.
  • For example, menthanol boils at 150.8°F and methanal boils at - 5.8°F.
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  • Ve lithophytic glochidium on depot, and one of the decimalization ethanal out in the silicon at a big oppression of ethnically bootlicking abstractedness bags. Rational Review
  • Synthesis gas is used to manufacture methanal (formaldehyde, CH 2 = O), and also methanol.
  • The simplest aldol - CH 3 CHOHCH 2 CHO - is produced from ethanal.
  • DDT is produced from the chlorobenzene and trichloroethanal (trichloroacetaldehyde or chloral), which react in the presence of concentrated sulfuric acid.
  • More preferably, the halogen-containing aldehyde, acetal or hemiacetal is selected from trichloroethanal, 2,2, 2-trichloro - 1-ethoxy ethanol and mixtures thereof.
  • This produces the aldehyde analogue, methanal (acetaldehyde).
  • When dissolved in water, trichloroethanal exists primarily in its hydrate form, chloral hydrate (commonly known as ‘knock-out drops’).
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