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butane

 [bu´tān]
an aliphatic hydrocarbon, C4H10, from petroleum; used in pharmacy as an aerosol propellant.

bu·tane

(byū'tān),
C4H10; a gaseous hydrocarbon present in natural gas; two isomers are known, both of which are anesthetically active: N-butane is CH3(CH2)2CH3 and isobutane is CH3CH(CH3)CH3 (or 2-methylpropane).

butane

A linear (unbranched) alkane hydrocarbon which is a flammable gas at room temperature (boiling point, 0ºC/30–34ºF).
 
Uses
Lighter fluid, refrigerant.

Adverse effects
Euphoria, drowsiness, narcosis, arrhythmias, memory loss, frostbite, death due to asphyxiation and ventricular fibrillation.

bu·tane

(byū'tān)
A gaseous hydrocarbon present in natural gas.
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The eight were identified as Alnajir Murpi, Altimar Maddas, Tambrin Elek Lagtasan alias Tam, and Bilhaimer Adoh Imlan alias Mimik, all under the late ASG Sub-leader Alhabsi Misaya and residents of Barangay Marsada, Talipao, Sulu; Almadi Imamil, under ASG Sub-leader Yasser Igasan and Almilda Almindo, under ASG Sub-leader Sihata, all residents of Barangay Marsada, Talipao, Sulu; Junie Kilonh Iting alias Jun, under ASG Sub-leader Yasser Igasan and resident of Barangay Butan, Indanan, Sulu; and Robin Sasapan Hajan alias Pallakan, under ASG Sub-leader Alden Bagade and resident of Barangay Kuppong, Indanan, Sulu.
Kotuye kullanimi olan ucucu gazlardan en sik karsilasilanlari butan ve propandir.
Whereas, 62 polymorphic sites (52 transitions, five transversions, five indels) were detected in the d-loop analysis of Kenana and Butan cattle populations in the neighboring Sudan [23].