N-hexane


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N-hexane

poisoning with the chemical can cause testicular atrophy.
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However, no activity was detected by n-hexane extract although it showed antibacterial activity (Tables 1 and 2).
Apple is always in radar of Chinese watchdogs after the incidence of 2009 where 137 workers were exposed to n-hexane.
Benzene is a carcinogen that can cause leukaemia if not handled properly and n-hexane has been linked to nerve damage.
As shown in Table 2, the order of extraction capacity for Huadian oil shale was chloroform > carbon disulfide > methanol > toluene > n-hexane.
2, changing the reaction conditions no significant differences were observed in n-hexane, indicating that Lipoprime 50T lipase retained its activity and stability within the studied range of temperatures.
0186 g) and those of larvae treated with leaf extracts with n-hexane, acetone and ethanol, which had mean weights of 0.
In one exchange, Daisey acknowledged that he had not actually met or seen workers poisoned by n-hexane.
After two days, the mixture of the ground Jatropha seed and n-hexane was filtered into a round bottom flask using filter paper and funnel.
Lianjian Technology was accused of using n-hexane, a toxic solvent, to clean touch screens.
tech giant Apple said was exposed to n-hexane, a chemical cleaning agent that was used at one of its supplier's factories in Suzhou, China.
Apple's report also dedicated one section to the use of the chemical n-hexane, a chemical in cleaning agents used in some manufacturing processes, which can affect worker's health if used in a poorly ventilated area.