ethyl ether

  1. a colorless volatile highly flammable liquid formerly used as an inhalation anesthetic
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  • The rice is washed by diethyl ether before coating vegetable oil. The solvent, dosage of oil and dosage of sample were selected by orthogonal design.
  • In addition, occupational causes include radon in indoor environments, arsenic, asbestos, chromates, chloromethyl ethers, nickel, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and other agents.
  • The caffein is usually extracted from the beans by benzol or chloroform, but a variety of solvents may be employed, such as petrolic ether, water, alcohol, carbon tetrachloride, ethylene chloride, acetone, ethyl ether, or mixtures or emulsions of these. All About Coffee
  • When Glass Petal Smoke asked him if there was a little heliotropin in the mix Kaiser responded with scientific precision, This heliotropin related note is mainly generated by the interaction of the main constituent hydroquinone dimethyl ether with beta-ionone including derivatives and methyl cinnamate. Archive 2009-05-01
  • I liken the part played by thoria in respect of the alcohols to that of sulphuric acid in the classical mechanism, known as Williamson's method, for the production of diethyl ether or ethylene. Paul Sabatier - Nobel Lecture
  • The lipid was redissolved in diethyl ether that was then re-evaporated under nitrogen to complete dryness.
  • The animals were anesthetized with diethyl ether, and their abdomens were opened by a midline incision.
  • Reaction kinetics of synthesis of propylene oxide(PO) and methanol(ROH) to form propylene glycol monomethyl ether(PM) using LA-2 catalysts has been studied.
  • If excess methanol is heated with concentrated sulfuric acid one molecule of water is eliminated from two molecules of methanol to produce dimethyl ether.
  • Conclusion: The new compound was identified as paeoniflorin-4-ethyl ether, which may be an artifact produced during extraction proved by simulate experiment.
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