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pro·py·lene

(prō'pi-lēn),
Methylethylene; a gaseous olefinic hydrocarbon.
Synonym(s): propene

pro·py·lene

(prō'pi-lēn)
Methylethylene; a gaseous olefinic hydrocarbon.
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This can be explained using Figure 2, in which the isobaric density diagram of propene is shown.
Chang Jia-juch, the director of the Central Disaster Emergency Operation Center, said the leaking gas was most likely to be propene, meaning that the resulting fires could not be extinguished by water.
The publication Propylene Production from Methanol, Q2 2012 remember that China has presented in the past few years the best conditions for the production of propene from methanol, hosting in fact the only two existing MTP plants so far.
Wait rose won two major industry awards last year for its new refrigeration platform based on the hydrocarbons propane R290 and propene R1270, which also uses heat recovery to harness waste heat and redirect it into the store to improve comfort conditions for customers and staff.
It is noted that the reviewed studies are for such compounds as propane, propene, and benzene, which have much less water solubility in comparison with formaldehyde.
Another significant plan is the production of the Propene, also known as Propylene, which is a waste product created when crude oil is refined into gasoline, diesel fuel and other products.
But hydrocarbons such as propane, propene and isobutane also have outstanding thermodynamic properties; refrigerating and air-conditioning systems that run on these refrigerants are particularly energy-efficient.
[1.] Busico V., Corradini P., De Martino L., Proto A., Savino V., Albizzati E.:"Polymerization of propene in the presence of Mg[Cl.sub.2]-supported Ziegler-Natta catalysts, 1 The role of ethyl benzoate as "internal" and "external" base.
The company has teamed up with researchers from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro to develop technology to obtain "green" propene based on glycerol resulting from biodiesel production.
They begin by describing the fundamentals of integrated process design, then get into specifics by describing case studies relating to process synthesis using the hierarchical approach, synthesis of separator systems, reactor/separation/recycling systems, phenol hydrogenation to cyclohexone, alkylation of benzene by propylene to cumene, vinyl chloride monomer processing, fatty-ester synthesis by catalytic distillation, isobutane alkylation, vinyl acetate monomer processing, acrylonitrile by propene ammoxidation, biochemical processes for nitrogen oxide removal, polyvinylchloride manufacturing by suspension polymerization, biodiesel and bioethanol manufacturing.
Among the lighter hydrocarbons diisopropyl ether was observed in the product analysis which must have formed after dehydration of isopropanol although propene itself was not detected.
Pyrolysis products Primary Weight Content Secondary Products % Products Pyro-gas 10-30 Hydrogen, C[O.sub.2], CO, -- Methane, Ethane, Propane, Propene, Butane, other hydrocarbons, app.