n-decane

n-dec·ane

(dek'ān),
A paraffin hydrocarbon, CH3-(CH2)8-CH3.
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In this article, the numerical investigation of the energy state of the liquid n-decane evaporating droplet by modelling in different cases of heating is presented.
k+r](r,[tau]) water droplet evaporation where the heat spread in semitransparent droplets is described by radiation and conduction, was applied in order to model n-decane droplet evaporation [8]
9 wt%), 1-octanol, n-heptane, n-decane (with purity higher than 95 wt%), cyclohexane (99.
The interaction between the polymer and non-polar components such as n-decane and 2,2,4-TMP is appropriately correlated by the theory.
The cleaning solvents (toluene and acetone) and the n-decane used in the experiments were from Fisher Scientific, all having a purity of 99.
Then, the oil (either n-decane or live decane) maintained at the desired temperature (37.
The only exception was medium #4, n-hexane, which had a longer breakthrough time than the n-decane medium, although the inlet concentration for the n-hexane test was higher than in the n-decane test.
5% of total VOC emissions represented alpha-pinene) while N-decane (18%) and N-undecane (36%) are the most abundant components in the oil-based primer used as coating.
The catalytic partial oxidation of n-decane and n-hexadecane mixing with air over a Rh-coated monolith produces synthesis gas ([H.
The densities of pure fluids, n-decane and live decane were then measured at various pressures (above the bubble point pressure for live decane) and at experimental temperatures of 37.
The interfacial tensions (IFT) between n-decane and copolymer solutions were determined using the ring method.