diethyl ether

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di·eth·yl e·ther

a flammable, volatile organic solvent formerly widely used in surgical procedures; was used as an inhalation anesthetic; shortcomings include irritating vapor, slow onset and prolonged recovery phases, explosion hazard.

diethyl ether

See ether.

diethyl ether

see ether (1).
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We therefore believe that other compounds generated by bacterial metabolism were extracted with diethylether and caused an additional burden on the yeast growth.
Wood extractives sare primarily low molecular weight compounds that are easily extracted by solvents such as acetone, alcohol, diethylether, dichloromethane, benzene, or water.
5 mg activated carbon by closed loop stripping (2, 3), followed by elution with 20 [micro]l diethylether.
Dichloromethane, diethylether, sodium bicarbonate and disodium hydrogen phosphate were purchased from Fisher Chemicals (Loughborough, UK).
MSG standard (99%) was purchased from Vedan Enterprises; 2,4,dinitro-1-fluorobenzene was bought from Merck; sodium bicarbonate was from BDH, hydrochloric acid used was from BioM Laboratories, Cerritos, USA; diethylether was purchased from Fluka and methanol from Sigma- Aldrich.
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The plate was developed using diethylether as developer to a liquid front of 12 cm from the baseline in an equilibrated tank.
Arterial and venous rat blood was drawn from the abdominal aorta and portal vein, respectively, after light anesthesia with diethylether.
On day 36, blood was obtained by venous puncture under anesthesia with diethylether, and then the mice were killed with an overdose of diethylether.
This precipitate was recovered from the reaction vessel and then filtered and washed using ethanol and diethylether at least three times to eliminate the oxidizing agent.
Japan), an exclusive media in the same manner of normal phase TLC, using hexane : diethylether : formic acid (85:15:0.
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