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The aliphatic chain protons of ethylenediamine, dibutylamine, and tetraethylene pentamine appear between 1 and 3 ppm, in which the amine protons appear between 2.4 and 2.8 ppm, whereas the alkyl protons appear between 1.56 and 1.51 ppm [17, 20].
According to the literature [34], the CH3/CH2 ratio reflects the length of aliphatic chain and branched chain.
Only a very little band peak of aliphatic chain located in 2800-3000 [cm.sup.-1] exist on the FTIR spectrum (Figure 8).
A gas escape peak of significant intensity appears in the region of 420-450[degrees]C, due mainly to degassing during kerogen pyrolysis and decarboxylation/decarbonylation of hydroxyl and carboxyl groups in the aliphatic chain and the aromatic structure [30].
According To [12] this results due to the presence of propionate and iso-butyrate (fatty acids with short aliphatic chain).where propionic acid and isobutyric acid cheeks the role of electron donors and transforms the ferrous or ferric iron is therefore inhibits the formation of the complex ferrous-ferrozine [2], as these fatty acids have the ability to form complex with copper and zinc faster than murexide.
Moreover, the combination of aromaticity and long aliphatic chain delivers hydrolytic stability and high tensile, compression, and flexural strength to CNSL-based polyols.
In the two polymerization processes, NMR analyses confirmed that the reaction occurred involving both the terminal acrylic double bond and the conjugated double bonds of the aliphatic chain. Compared with a reference acrylic latex, the results obtained after AcFAD incorporation showed a time-dependent increase in gel content and in solvent resistance of dry films.
The variable aliphatic chain length between the two carboxylic acid groups results in the ability to achieve an assortment of physical properties.
The methyl group attached at the terminal position of the aliphatic chain appeared as a triplet at S 0.88 with a J = 6.36.
Meanwhile, the dye loading in case of PT3 was relatively less than PT1 and PT2 in both cases of THF and EtOH solution but the [J.sub.sc] values and the overall conversion efficiency were comparatively higher for PT3 more than PT1 and PT2 in both dye-bath solvents EtOH and THF, indicating that the steric hinder effect of PT3 dye with the branched aliphatic chain has the ability of decreasing the dye aggregation on the Ti[O.sub.2] film as well as decreasing the electron recombination reaction rate at the interfaces between Ti[O.sub.2]/dye and the electrolyte species, hence increasing the performance of the device.
Each of the products of digestion of these synthetic substrates is paired with an internal standard of identical chemical structure but that differs in mass by containing either a longer aliphatic chain or a per-deuterated phenyl group.
Its 18-carbon aliphatic chain reportedly enhances polymer compatibility and resistance to extraction.