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Ethyl benzene is most commonly found in: coal tar, petroleum, ink, pesticides, and paint. Answer: You may be exposed to ethylbenzene from the use of:
- carpet glues
- Tobbacco products
- From its use as a solvent in:
- carpet glues
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There is no common name. This compound only has an IUPAC name.
China passed the U.S last year.
actually in common system name is toluene CH3 | / \\ and IUPAC name is ethylbenzene |O| \\ / and it is famous for toluene
the united states of America uses about 20 - 25% of the worlds carbon based fuels per year and are the second largest user of coal for power (next to china). But our overall c…arbon emissions are far higher than any other country.
Ethyl-benzene is a compound which has a formula C6H5CH2CH3. It is an organic compound which is known to be highly flammable.
Your sister's panties and a box of tissues. Orgasms release some pretty amazing chemicals. I would avoid inhalants, which will only produce short-term effects and are severely… damaging to the body.
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Their boiling points are to similar for distilation. Ethylbenzene B.P. 136C/ o,m,p-xylene B.P.'s 138-144C.
the condensed formula is C6H5CH2CH3 the molecular formula is C8H10
Benzene mixed with nitric acid and sulfuric acid forms nitrobenzene, the sulfuric acid (H2SO4) acting as a catalyst. This reaction also produces dangerous thermal release (hea…t). The basic formula is C6H6 + HNO3 ---> C6H5NO2 + H2O *Most nitrobenzene is used to make aniline, which is used to make methylene diphenyl diisocyanate, a chemical component of polyurethane foam insulation.
Ethanol when heated with presence of AlCl3 as a catalytic amount undergoes dehydation as result a loss of water giving ethene gas as a major product. This is a simple way of… making gaseous alkenes like ethene. If ethanol vapour is passed over heated aluminum oxide powder, the ethanol is essentially cracked to give ethene and water vapour. To make a few test tubes of ethene, you can use this apparatus:
Ethyl Decanoate (ester product)
....wow - tough call. I work with cars, so for me "emmissions" are 'substances discharged into the air (like a smokestack or a vehicle..)'. I would say that considering "emmis…sions" to be a synonym of "production" is VERY sketchy indeed.... You could, however, use the verb form → he emits a lot of hot air → he produces a lot of hot air if written in the right context............
Close to 100% when it is flooded!