Definition of Isopropyl

1. Noun. (chemistry) the univalent organic radical (CH3)2CH- ¹



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Definition of Isopropyl

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isopropyl

isoprenylation
isoprenylations
isoprenylcysteine
isoprenylcysteine methyl ester hydrolase
isoprenyls
isopromethazine
isopropamide iodide
isopropanol
isopropanol precipitation test
isopropenyl
isopropenyls
isoprophenamine hydrochloride
isopropoxide
isopropoxides
isopropoxy
isopropyl (current term)
isopropyl alcohol
isopropyl myristate
isopropyl thiogalactoside
isopropylacetone
isopropylamide
isopropylamides
isopropylamine
isopropylamines
isopropylarterenol hydrochloride
isopropylbenzene
isopropylbenzene dioxygenase
isopropylcarbinol
isopropylcholestane
isopropylcholestanes

Literary usage of Isopropyl

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1914)
"Similarly, between a normal alkyl radical such as propyl and a branched one as isopropyl, a still greater difference of attractive force would be expected.1 ..."

2. A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences by Henry Watts (1869)
"Digestion at 140^ with acetic acid also gives th« acetate of isopropyl. ... Bromine attacks isopropyl alcohol, withdrawing hydrogen, and leaving acetone. la ..."

3. Introduction to the Study of Organic Chemistry by Adolf Pinner (1882)
"All the reactions of both propyl and isopropyl alcohols are analogous to those of methyl and ethyl alcohols. Their halogen substitutions, ethers, ..."

4. A Manual of Elementary Chemistry, Theoretical and Practical by George Fownes (1873)
"It may also be produced by the action of hydriodic acid on isopropyl alcohol, allyl iodide, ... Bromine expels the iodine aud forms isopropyl bromide. ..."

5. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1868)
"By oxidizing di-isopropyl with chromic acid the only products formed are therefore carbonic acid and acetic acid. 2. Amyl-isopropyl ..."

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