isobutyl alcohol

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isobutyl alcohol (C4H10O)

Etymology: Gk, isos + butyrin, butter, hyl, matter; AR, alcohol, essence
a clear colorless liquid that is miscible with ethyl alcohol or ether. Also called 2-methyl-1-propanol.
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In conjunction, HCS plan to establish further offtake arrangements for Gevo's alcohol-to-jet fuel (ATJ) and isobutanol as well as market and distribute its products globally on a non-exclusive basis.
Landolt [17,18,19,20] compared between several chemical materials such as acetic acid, isobutanol and heptylbutyrate mixed with sugar solution in trap baitsfor yellow jackets attraction.
Isobutanol and DMF slightly increased PM-mass and PN over the base gasoline at 2,500 rpm-1,300 kPa despite having slightly lower PMIs (0.
Gevo is now working to strategically roll out its marine fuel blend to marinas on other lakes including Lake of the Ozarks and Table Rock Lake, as the company ramps up isobutanol sales to marine, outdoor equipment and off-road vehicle markets.
Praj Industries Limited ("Praj") has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to become a Gevo licensee for producing renewable isobutanol at sugar-based ethanol plants.
Higher alcohols (2-butanol, butanol, isobutanol, propanol, isoamyl alcohols, amyl alcohols and hexanol), were analyzed by gas chromatography (GC) using a Shimadzu model 17A, equipped with a flame ionization detector (FID) and using a capillary column of silica HP FFAP (30 m x 0.
Gevo's alcohol-to-jet fuel is produced at its a biorefinery in Silsbee, Texas, using isobutanol produced at a fermentation facility in Minnesota.
This paraxylene will be made from plant-based isobutanol and Coca-Cola, for one, will be making what it calls a PlantBottle.
Butamax -- a maker of technology to produce biobutanol -- has been in a long patent dispute with Gevo -- a producer of renewable isobutanol.
The project is equally owned and is expected to have a total capacity of 330,000 mtpa of normal butanol and 11,000 mtpa of isobutanol.
In September, the company announced it was going to stop making isobutanol, a mostly corn-based fuel that had been its bread and butter, in favor of more conventional ethanol.
We produce isobutanol versatile platform chemical for the liquid fuels and petrochemicals markets, lsobutanol has broad market applications as a solvent and a gasoline blendstock that can help refiners meet their renewable fuel and clean air obligations.