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Isobutanol, like ethanol, is an alcohol, but its lower water solubility (which reduces the risk of corrosion associated with many biofuels) and higher energy density (which translates to increased miles per gallon) have created considerable interest in the compound's potential use as a gasoline additive and even a gasoline replacement.
KOR-2 used [H.sub.2]/C[O.sub.2] and sodium formate (50 mM) but was unable to metabolize sodium acetate, methanol, trimethylamine, 2-propanol, and isobutanol as substrates for growth and methane production.
The three components, isobutanol, 2-butanol, and diisobutylene, were chosen based on their positive performance in the first two stages of a tiered screening approach [19].
Groups of six mice were delivered orally with either crude ethyl acetate, isobutanol, methanol, or aqueous extracts using doses of 500,250, and 100 mg/kg body weight.
ATJ-SPK is created from alcohol called isobutanol which is derived from renewable feedstocks such as sugars, corn or forest wastes.
[11] showed that at mid load in RCCI combustion, without adjusting the direct injection strategy for the specific fuel combination, matching combustion phasing resulted in decreased efficiency and increased emissions for high octane fuels (in this case isobutanol).
Proteins were extracted from punches of the MPN (four to five males per group) in buffer A (7 M urea, 2 M thiourea, 1% CHAPS (G-Biosciences), 10% isobutanol, 0.5% Triton X-100 (GE Healthcare), 0.5% SB 3-10).
This first phase is expected to commence in 2017 and continue until completion of its future, large-scale commercial hydrocarbon plant, which will be built at its existing isobutanol production facility located in Luverne, Minnesota.
In this work nanocrystalline Ce[O.sub.2] layers of various thicknesses were prepared on titanium by electrodeposition in isobutanol of three concentrations of [Ce.sup.3+] ions at 31.6 V, similarly to nanocrystalline lanthanum oxide and lanthanum oxycarbonate layers prepared at much higher voltages ranging from 200 to 1000 V [37].
To increase the attractiveness of wasps, since there were several global studies conducted on different materials particularly on yellow jacket wasp [28, 17, 20] used different combination of acetic acid and heptyl butyrate, acetic acid with butyl butyrate and acetic acid with isobutanol. Those mixtures were to assis which was the most attractive to yellow jacket wasp, V.
Gevo's production process converts bio-based isobutanol into an alcohol-to-jet synthetic paraffinic kerosene (ATJ-SPK) fuel.