In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1etílicothe ethyl group/radical — el grupo/radical etílico
- The free radical of the ethyl group is known to exist as an entity in its own right.
- However, its use is safer for both patient and physician than the original volatile vapor coolant, ethyl chloride.
- For example, benzene and ethyl bromide can be use to make ethylbenzene.
- The authors note, ‘Any of these ethyl esters might be used as an alternative to fossil fuels.’
- Industrially ethanol is now mostly frequently manufactured by the catalytic hydration of ethene or by the hydrolysis of ethyl sulfates.
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