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.
A half ester of SMA 1000, esterified with butyl cellosolve
, was also evaluated in this experiment.
A typical bottle of all-purpose cleaner contains Butyl Cellosolve
(also known as ethylene glycol monobutyl ether), a chemical that can cause blood and bone-marrow damage at high exposures.
Fine Chemicals, Mumbai, India), 85% formic acid (Finar Chemicals, Hyderabad, India), commercial cellosolve
acetate (CA), and other reagents were used without further purification.
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.
99.5% (Aldrich); 2-butoxyethanol (Butyl Cellosolve
), 99% (Aldrich): "SURFYNOL 104BC" (Air Products).
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.