carbinol


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meth·yl al·co·hol

CH3OH; a flammable, toxic, mobile liquid, used as an industrial solvent, antifreeze, and in chemical manufacture; ingestion may result in severe acidosis, visual impairment, and other effects on the central nervous system.

carbinol

/car·bi·nol/ (kahr´bĭ-nol)
2. any aromatic or fatty alcohol formed by substituting one, two, or three hydrocarbon groups for hydrogen in methanol.
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In recent papers, intermediates with carbinol and amino groups, for example, have been described.
Although carbinol supplements are not advised for now, Williams said no harm would come from the amount of the nutrient a person would get from a diet high in cruciferous vegetables.
The polymerization performed with TBBPA and BPADGE gives a lower retention time than that of Carbinol PDMS, suggesting lower molecular weight polyester in the later case (Table 1).
In 2006, China's output of coke, calcium carbide, coal-made fertilizer and coal-made carbinol respectively amounted to 280.
Products: Acetone derivatives, including isophorone, methyl isobutyl carbinol, and methyl isobutyl ketone
00 (Cyclomethicone) 5562 Carbinol fluid (Dow Corning) 2.
Thirdly, the price of triphen and carbinol has risen and the price of yellow phosphorus and liquid chlorine also increased with the persistent upsurge of crude oil price since the latter half year of 2005.
Use of Silicone Carbinol Fluid in Cosmetics Industry 15
Also referred to as silicone carbinol fluid, this material can provide a solution for aesthetic, compatibility and delivery limitations associated with organic oils and some silicone oils.
Dow Corning 5562 Carbinol fluid provides excellent pigment and particulate suspension, moisturization, fragrance delivery and SPF enhancement in a range of products including color cosmetics, AP/deos and face, body and sun care products.
Dow Corning 5562 Carbinol fluid provides excellent particulate suspension while offering a solution for the aesthetic and compatibility limitations associated with ingredients such as organic oils, according to company executives.
With its bioactive compounds, glucosinolates, and indole-3- carbinol, (1) cauliflower shows great promise in providing substantial protection against cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis.