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alkylate

 [al´kĭ-lāt]
to cause the substitution of an alkyl group for an active hydrogen atom in an organic compound; see also alkylating agents.

alkylate

(al′kĭ-lāt″)
1. To introduce one or more alkyl groups into a compound.
2. To provide therapy with an alkylating agent.

alkylate

to treat with an alkylating agent.
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Other observations relating specifically to the alkyl structure of the alkylated silicas can be made as follows.
For the other two silanes, the addition of FTOS or BTOS did not help enhancing the reinforcement capability of the alkylated silica.
ExxonMobil Chemical launched Synesstic alkylated naphthalene technology in 2003 and has compiled a proven performance record in a variety of applications," said Eric Jansen, global Group V marketing manager.
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Rheoplex NRRG-2 is made from an alkylated aromatic base oil and a non-melting thickener.
This new capacity for both PPO resin and alkylated products is projected to be available by the third quarter of 2001.
At the Selkirk plant, investment coupled with major debottlenecking efforts in alkylated products is expected to result in production increases of 2,6-xylenol by 15 percent and ortho-cresol by 40 percent.
His chemistry project is entitled, "Synthesis and Evaluation of Terminally Alkylated Polymines as Potential Anti-Trypanosomal Agents.
Over ninety per cent of finished synthetic lubricants are formulated on one or more of the following types of chemical base stock: poly--olefins (PAOs), esters (predominantly polyol esters and diesters), polyalkylene glycols (PAGs), polybutenes (Pbs), alkylated aromatics, and phosphate esters.