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Usage examples for aldehyde

  1. There is no reduction if the milk, methylene blue, and aldehyde are agitated with air. – The Nature of Animal Light by E. Newton Harvey
  2. At the beginning, the aldehyde comes down slightly colored. – Organic-Syntheses by Conant, James Bryant
  3. The slightly moist aldehyde is distilled under diminished pressure from an oil bath, by means of a 1- l. – Organic-Syntheses by Conant, James Bryant
  4. There is no reduction unless an aldehyde is added or unless some boiled extract of a tissue such as liver is added. – The Nature of Animal Light by E. Newton Harvey
  5. To Le Dantec, the difference between the quick and the dead is of the same order as the difference which exists between two chemical compounds- for example, as that which exists between alcohol and an aldehyde a liquid that has two less atoms of hydrogen in its composition. – The Breath of Life by John Burroughs
  6. The benzyl alcohol used in this preparation must be free from impurities, especially aldehyde – Organic-Syntheses by Conant, James Bryant
  7. We have three other bodies which pass through similar changes, in aldehyde metaldehyde, and etaldehyde; and, again two, in urea and cyanuret of ammonia. – Familiar Letters of Chemistry by Justus Liebig
  8. Vigorous mechanical stirring must be employed during the precipitation of the crude aldehyde as otherwise large lumps are formed which make washing difficult. – Organic-Syntheses by Conant, James Bryant
  9. With dilute sulphuric acid and bichromate of potassium turns green, and evolves aldehyde – Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology by W. G. Aitchison Robertson
  10. The aldehyde separates, and is filtered with suction. – Organic-Syntheses by Conant, James Bryant
  11. The probability is increasing that the protoplasmic machinery is the really effective mechanism in the process, and we may figure this machinery as so holding or presenting the molecules of carbon- dioxide and water to the impact of the light- vibrations, that the latter are enabled to undo the molecular structure; the atomic combinations thereby liberated may then be supposed to form a body like formic- aldehyde which by polymerisation becomes a carbohydrate of the nature of a sugar such as glucose, which the protoplasm then builds up into its substance and subsequently deposits as starch, and stores temporarily in the form of grains or as amorphous material. – Disease in Plants by H. Marshall Ward
  12. The oxygenated portion is caprinic aldehyde – Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure by William Thomas Fernie