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eth·yl (Et),

The hydrocarbon radical, CH3CH2-.
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The hydrocarbon radical CH3CH2-.
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Furthermore, pulp contact can promote production of isoamyl alcohol, phenylethyl alcohol, isoamyl acetate, and ethyl lactate. Hence, the application of pulp contact was effective in enhancing the intensity of hawthorn wine aroma.
Finally, a group of six solvents was chosen to evaluate on the painting, and ultimately a blend of benzyl alcohol and ethyl lactate was selected that offered a slow swelling action facilitating a controllable ink removal process with minimal impact on the underlying paint films.
To a solution of ethyl lactate (1 g, 8.47 mmol) in 15 mL of dry pyridine was added portionwise TsCl (1.77 g, 9.32 mmol) at 0[degrees]C.
2-ME-pro-ol (2-methyly-1-propanol); 3-ME-but-ol (3- methyly-1-butanol); 2-ME-but-ol (2-methyl-1-butanol); ET-lactate (Ethyl lactate); ET-butyrate (Ethyl butyrate), BUT-acetate (Isobutyl acetate).
Vertec Biosolvents, Inc., a manufacturer of custom blends of biosolvents based primarily on ethyl lactate, fatty acid methyl esters, d-limonene and ethanol, has introduced the Elsol product line.