N-hexane


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N-hexane

poisoning with the chemical can cause testicular atrophy.
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n-Hexane, dichloromethane, acetone, methanol, and water were used to extract secondary metabolites from the whole plant [14,15].
The n-hexane extract of Spinacea oleracea was prepared in Pharmacology lab, UHS, Lahore.
Then the serum was partitioned with n-hexane (50 mL x 3).
30 g each of the powdered leaves were weighed using a measuring scale, and put into 500 mL beaker and was extracted with 300 mL of ethanol and n-hexane (Durmaz et al.
n-Hexane and Hydrogen peroxide: The commercially available n-hexane (5%) was used in combination with 2% hydrogen peroxide for 30 min to sterilize seed of both cultivars.
Alcohols like methanol and ethanol were used, similarly n-hexane, ethyl acetate, acetone-hexane and chloroform-methanol were also tested for better oil recovery from algae (Gude et al.
To demonstrate the mechanical solvent removal process, gel fibers twisted to a TPmm of 4 were continuously passed through an n-hexane bath (residence time of 30 s), followed by direct hot drawing to a maximum draw ratio of 80X.
According to the thermal (or exergy) efficiency, eleven examined working fluids can be sorted from high to low performances as: cyclohexane, n-hexane, R-113, n-pentane and Iso-pentane, R-245fa, n-butane, Iso-butane, RC-318 and R-236fa, and at last R-227ea.
The crude n-hexane extract (13 g) was subjected to silica gel column chromatography and the column eluted with either one or a mixture of two of n-hexane, ethylacetate and methanol.