amylene


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Related to amylene: chloroform, amylene hydrate

am·yl·ene

(am'i-lēn),
A flammable liquid hydrocarbon formed by the decomposition of amyl alcohol; has anesthetic properties but undesirable side actions.
Synonym(s): trimethylethylene

am·yl·ene

(am'i-lēn)
Flammable liquid hydrocarbon formed by the decomposition of amyl alcohol; has anesthetic properties but undesirable side effects.
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After using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), ultraviolet visibility analysis, and infrared spectroscopy analysis, it was discovered that the solution used in filtering the compound contained amylene and was impure.
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane (TCE, Tokyo Kasei Kogyo) and chloroform (Kanto Chemical, Tokyo, Japan), stabilized with amylene, was dehydrated and distilled before using as a reaction solvent.
Moist soils (20g dry weight equivalent, 3 laboratory replicates) were fumigated with chloroform containing amylene (0.