isobutyl alcohol


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isobutyl alcohol (C4H10O)

[ī′sobyo̅o̅′til]
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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Among alcohols, isoamyl and phenethyl alcohols were unaffected, isobutyl alcohol decreased, and 1-heptanol was present only in 2012.
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Yeast commonly synthesize the following higher alcohols during normal fermentation: isoamyl alcohol (solvent-like odor), active amyl alcohol, isobutyl alcohol and 1-propanol, listed in descending concentration.
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