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N-butanol is used in the production of derivatives such as butyl acrylates, butyl glycol ethers, butyl acetate, amino resins, and plasticizers that are key raw materials in paints, coatings, adhesives, and inks, among other products.
An essential chemical in the production of acrylates and methacrylates, n-butanol is widely used in the paint and solvent industries.
In Figure 2, the DPPH radical scavenging activities of various investigated extract n-Butanol and Ethyl acetate of Catha Edulis with age 50 years were in order of n-BuOH extract (63.
Cells were treated with increasing concentrations of n-butanol fraction for 24 h.
On every trial, the individual sniffs simultaneously from two bottles--one bottle containing n-butanol dissolved in a diluent and the other diluent alone--and judges which side was exposed to the chemical.
One bottle had phenyl ethyl alcohol, which smells like a rose, and the other had n-butanol, which smells like a marker pen.
In order to diminish the complications caused be adsorption kinetics, n-butanol (1-butanol), sec-butanol (2-butanol), isobutanol (2-methyl-propanol), and tert-butanol (2-methyl-2-propanol) were used as test surfactants in the current study.
The product was extracted twice into n-butanol (40 ml each) with a separating funnel.
After extraction of the patient's serum with n-butanol, the macromolecular fraction disappeared on HPGPC.
Products: Alcohols, including n-butanol, 2-ethylhexanol, isobutanol, and n-propanol
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