ethyl acetate


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ethyl acetate

C4H8O2; a colorless flammable liquid used as a solvent.
See also: ethyl
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Dissolution studies were carried out in the temperature range 20-95 [degrees] C for oxetane thermoplastic elastomer in well-agitated vessels with ethyl acetate as the solvent.
Ethyl acetate and methyl acetate showed higher decomposition temperature than that of methanol and ethanol.
The rats were treated with the ethyl acetate extractable fraction of Danshen at 50 or 200 mg/kg.
Ethyl acetate has been approved for decaffeination of coffee by U.
The ethyl acetate processed by the company is derived from natural raw materials gained by a biological process of fermentation.
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discoidea extracts, the TMSi derivatives of the ethyl acetate fraction were made and subjected to analysis by GC-MS.
37% Representative: President: Satoshi Hara Business: Production and sales of ethyl acetate Capacity: 50,000t/y
A total of 1 kg of dried and powdered leaves was subjected to sequential extraction using 3 L of hexane, chloroform and ethyl acetate for a period of 48 h to obtain the crude extracts using rotary vacuum evaporator.
The separated ETPI samples by ethyl acetate are studied using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) together with gel permeation chromatography (GPC).
Methanol and ethyl acetate extracts of the yellow sweet cherry "Rainier" containing beta-carotene, ursolic, coumaric, ferulic and cafeic acids inhibited LPO by 78 and 79%, respectively, at 250 microg/mL.