butyl nitrite

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butyl nitrite

n.
A colorless, volatile liquid butyl ester of nitrous acid, C4H9NO2, included as an ingredient in some household room deodorizers and used illicitly to induce euphoria and enhance sexual stimulation.
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of the butyl ester of octanoylcarnitine (m/z 344) and its internal calibrator [[sup.
Analysis of acylcarnitines after derivatization as butyl esters was recently proposed [12].
Tuning of the instrument was optimized with a solution containing deuterium-labeled calibrators prepared as butyl esters as described previously [12].
Typically, MS/MS analysis of carnitine has utilized an acid-catalyzed reaction with butanol to form butyl esters.
Ethyl, propyl, and butyl esters with the corresponding alcohols can be obtained in high yields in in situ alcoholysis of soybean oil from soybeans [196].
Samples were prepared and analyzed for acylcarnitines as butyl esters by electrospray MS/MS as described recently (12, 18).
The product ion spectra for the butyl esters of C3 and its internal standard, [[sup.