The solvent was a mixture of xylene/methyl isobutyl ketone/butyl cellosolve
(13/45/42%, by weight).
For the cellosolve
infiltration, the brain was processed through four changes of cellosolve
, leaving it overnight in the last change.
But they may contain other harmful chemicals, including Butyl Cellosolve
and methanol (methyl alcohol), which can cause blindness or death if accidentally ingested.
The effort will enhance Dow's butyl CELLOSOLVE
[TM] solvent and butyl CARBITOL [TM] solvent by 15%.
Pinnae were restored with aqueous 4:1 butyl cellosolve
, and cleared with aqueous 6% NaOH.
According to the non-profit Cancer Prevention Coalition, some other problematic chemicals found in many household cleaners include crystalline silica, an irritant to the eyes and lungs and a likely carcinogen, and butyl cellosolve
, which has been linked to kidney and liver problems and is reportedly toxic to forming cells.
That includes a combination of two chemicals [ethyl cellosolve
The effect of the 1:1 styrene:maleic anhydride base resin and its two half esters (one esterified with butyl cellosolve
, one esterified with isopropanol and cyclohexanol) was to increase ink viscosity over that of the control.
Dry material was restored with aqueous 4:1 butil cellosolve
Epoxy resin (epoxy equivalent 500) of 30% volume solids was prepared by refluxing 30 g of 6071 resin with 70 cc of solvent mixture of xylene, methyl isobutyl ketone (MIBK), and butyl cellosolve
Other methods to test surface energy of the substrate range from a tape pick-off test to a chemical test involving the application of formamide and ethyl cellosolve
, used to determine dyne level.
But, he says, "There is a carcinogenic substance named butyl cellosolve
that is highly biodegradable and very toxic.