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ethyl acetate

C4H8O2; a colorless flammable liquid used as a solvent.
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Fermentation suspension and ethylacetate extracts were added to the basal medium at different concentrations (Table V) while the basal medium without fermentation suspension and ethylacetate extract served as control.
Acetone, Ethylacetate, anhydrous sodium sulphate, sodium hydroxide, potassium dichromate, sodium chloride, (Merk Company), cyclohexane and n-Hexane, high flow super cells, (British Drug House Company).
It was observed that the mixture of ethylacetate and n- hexane can remove more then 75% while methanol can remove only 20% of parathion from the adsorbent surface.
2 M HCl solution, ethylacetate was added to the filtrate in a flask (molar ratio of ethylacetate to Si[O.
cardiaca herb was extracted by water, ethylacetate, oil (by maceration) and by oil in RPE.
The dried residue was fractionated by a step elution with 100 mL of 100% ethylacetate, 100% ethanol and 100% methanol.
5 with 6 mol/L HCI, and extracted with n-butyl chloride/ acetonitrile/ ethylacetate (4:1:1 vol/vol).
Petroleum ether extract was best resolved in toluene : ethylacetate (84:16 v/v) as mobile phase (Wagner 2002).
Several extraction solvents were attempted: diethylether, ethylacetate, chloroform, n-hexane, n-pentane, and dichloromethane.
Field-wet soil (25-50 g) spiked with an internal standard solution (tetrachlorvinphos in ethylacetate) was extracted with 100 mL ethylacetate.
The structures of three of these solvates (with ethylacetate, acetonitrile and methanol) were all obtained from single-crystal data, whereas the crystal structure of the parent compound itself has been solved from powder diffraction data using the Monte Carlo technique [8].