Definition of Butyl. Meaning of Butyl. Synonyms of Butyl

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Definition of Butyl

Butyl
Butyl Bu"tyl, n. [L. butyrum butter + -yl. See Butter.] (Chem.) A compound radical, regarded as butane, less one atom of hydrogen.

Meaning of Butyl from wikipedia

- "-butyl" groups: If it connects at one of the two terminal carbon atoms, it is normal butyl or n-butyl: CH3−CH2−CH2−CH2− (fully systematic name: butyl)...
- n-Butyl acetate, also known as butyl ethanoate, is an ester that is a colorless, flammable liquid at room temperature. It is found in many types of fruit...
- tert-Butyl alcohol, also called tert-butanol or t-butanol, is the simplest tertiary alcohol, with a formula of (CH3)3COH (sometimes represented as t-BuOH)...
- Butyl rubber, sometimes just called "butyl", is a synthetic rubber, a copolymer of isobutylene with isoprene. The abbreviation IIR stands for isobutylene...
- Butyl nitrate is a colorless oil. It is often confused with butyl nitrite, which is sometimes used as a recreational inhalant. Butyl nitrate is an explosive...
- including: Butyl acetate Butyl acrylate Butyl butyrate Butyl cyanoacrylate Butyl methacrylate Dibutyl phthalate Media related to Butyl esters at Wikimedia...
- Butyl butyrate, or butyl butanoate, is an organic compound that is an ester formed by the condensation of butyric acid and n-butanol. It is a clear, colorless...
- Butyl acrylate is an organic compound with the formula C4H9O2CCH=CH2. A colorless liquid, it is the butyl ester of acrylic acid. It is used commercially...
- tert-butyl alcohol. It is produced industrially as a precursor to other organic compounds. tert-Butyl chloride is produced by the reaction of tert-butyl alcohol...
- Butyl chloride (C4H9Cl) may refer to: n-Butyl chloride (butan-1-chloride) sec-Butyl chloride (butan-2-chloride) Isobutyl chloride (1-chloro-2-methylpropane)...
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