alcoholysis


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al·co·hol·y·sis

(al-kŏ-hol'i-sis),
Splitting of a chemical bond with the addition of the elements of alcohol at the point of splitting.
[alcohol + G. lysis, dissolution]

alcoholysis

/al·co·hol·y·sis/ (al″kah-hol´ĭ-sis) decomposition of a compound due to the incorporation and splitting of alcohol.

al·co·hol·y·sis

(al'kŏ-hol'i-sis)
Splitting of a chemical bond with the addition of the elements of alcohol at the point of splitting.
[alcohol + G. lysis, dissolution]
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It is clear that the kinetics of the alcoholysis is greatly influenced by the stirring intensity of the reactants in the mixture since the process occurs in a heterogeneous system of two immiscible phases [3].
Fisher, LE, Caroon, JM, Stabler, SR, Lundberg, S, Zaidi, S, Sorensen, CM, Sparacino, ML, Muchowski, JM, "Mild Hydrolysis or Alcoholysis of Amides.
The authors also studied the alcoholysis of rapeseed oil methyl ester (biodiesel) [4].
Alcoholysis Reaction of OP agents in solution with light alcohols (methanol, ethanol, and propanol) containing metal ions such as [La.
Hence, Fischer (1960) did not assume alcoholysis which, according to Fisch and Hofmann (1954, 1961), preceded the reaction of the epoxy groups itself.
185] reported high degrees of alcoholysis of triglycerides in a solvent-free system in lipase catalysed ethanolysis and 2-propanolysis.
The synthesis was carded out by alcoholysis of poly(methylhydrogensiloxane) in the presence of a catalyst.
The recycling of plastic waste, apart from reducing the amount of waste, also helps to conserve natural resources as most polymeric materials are made from oil and gas [1, 5], The best-known methods of chemical recycling include: hydrolysis, glycolysis, alcoholysis, acidolysis, and aminolysis [3],
After treatment, the separation of biodiesel was conducted in the same way as for acidic and basic alcoholysis.