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di·eth·yl

(dī-eth'il),
A compound containing two ethyl radicals.
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In gas-sensing tests, typical VOCs including diethyl ether, methylbenzene, and ethanol at a series of concentrations ranging from 10 to 200 ppm were employed as targets, respectively.
Investigation on the effect of diethyl ether additive on the performance of variable compression ratio diesel engine, IJER, 3(1): 11-15.
In 2011, diethyl acetal was only present in FC/T2, while geraniol increased with crop reduction.
Toxicological profile of diethyl phthalate: a vehicle for fragrance and cosmetic ingredients.
Large scale: On the basis of the comparison of different solvents at small scale, n-hexane : diethyl ether (1:1) mixture was found to be the best solvent system therefore, the large scale extraction was carried out with this solvent system.
Based on the fact that salicylanilides and their esters with various acids have been reported as isocitrate lyase inhibitors [3, 5], we evaluated salicylanilide diethyl phosphates 1 against this enzyme (Table 1).
The other banned export goods are chemical items: carbon smut, sodium sulfate, sodium carbonate, cosmic sodium, sulfuric acid, benzene, bicarbonate of soda, styrene monomer, polyethylene, propylene, PVC, polystyrene, diethyl phthalate, terephthalate, acrylonitrile, butanic styrene, melamine crystal and LAB.
The study found exposure to diethyl phthalate, or DEP, and butylbenzyl phthalate, or BEzP, was associated with a higher risk of asthma-related airway inflammation.
The new facility doubles the capacity for DEPAL (diethyl phosphinic acid aluminum salt)-based FRs.
The residue obtained after solvent removal was washed under argon with several portions of diethyl ether until the filtrate was colourless.
An application that has benefited particularly from the system is lipid extraction from food and plant materials using the highly flammable solvent, diethyl ether.