hexanoic acid

hexanoic acid



  1. a fatty acid found in animal oils and fats or made synthetically

      Synonym:    caproic acid

    1. Hexanoic acid and n-pentanol reacted to form amyl hexanoate by using gallium sulphate as the catalyst.
    2. Influence of reaction temperature, reaction time and catalyst dosage on the yield of hexanoic acid was investigated.
    3. The affection of the amount of catalysis, reaction time, the ratio of hexanoic acid and alcohol was discussed.
    4. When hexanoic acid and heavy metal ions coexist in the solution, the adsorption of metal ions by clay tends to decrease because of the competitive adsorption of hexanoic acid.
    5. A Study on Acute Toxicity of Hexanoic Acid 2-( diethylamino) ethyl Ester
    6. The result shows that the initial rate V 0 of the esterification reaction increases as hexanoic acid concentration increases or as n-butanol concentration decreases, when the initial concentration of hexanoic acid is small;
    7. And some characteristics of aroma components of kiwifruit were detected such as ethyl acetate; butanoic acid, ethyl ester and hexanoic acid, ethyl ester etc.
    8. This article analysed a few factors that affeted the safety production of hexanoic acid, and giving the view and suggestion how did produce safely hexanoic acid.
    9. Clean synthesis of hexanoic acid by catalytic oxidation of 2-octene
    10. Based on the result of GC-MS, the constituents of oil varied with methods, especially the content of hexanoic acid.
    11. Methods: By using chloroform as solvent, concentrated sulphuric acid as catalyst, 4-hydroxymethyl caged bicyclic phosphate was esterified with formic acid, acetic acid, propanoic acid, butyric acid, pentanoic acid and, hexanoic acid under bath heat, respectively.
    12. Potassium dihydrogen phosphate was used as catalyst in the synthesis of hexanoic acid 2-( diethylamino) ethyl ester.
    13. Synthesis of ethyl hexanoate from ethyl alcohol and hexanoic acid with solid superacid SO 2-4/ TiO 2/ La 3+ as catalyst was studied.
    14. A new technological process for the production of hexanoic acid by oxidation 2-octanol
    15. The amount of aldehydes and alkene compounds increased while acetic acid, 2-ethylhexyl ester and hexanoic acid disappeared after enzyme treatment.