octadecyl (plural octadecyls)
- (organic chemistry) Any of very many isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, C18H37, formally derived from an octadecane by the loss of a hydrogen atom
2001 May 11, Xi Zuwei et al., “Reaction-Controlled Phase-Transfer Catalysis for Propylene Epoxidation to Propylene Oxide”, in Science, volume 292, number 5519, DOI:10.1126/science.292.5519.1139, pages 1139-1141:
- Although catalyst IV also has good catalytic performance, it was totally soluble in the reaction system during and after the epoxidation, because it contains a big octadecyl benzyl dimethyl ammonium ion.
1997 May 9, H. T. Alborn et al., “An Elicitor of Plant Volatiles from Beet Armyworm Oral Secretion”, in Science, volume 276, number 5314, DOI:10.1126/science.276.5314.945, pages 945-949:
- A 0.5-ml sample of the supernatant was put on a 6-ml activated, octadecyl solid-phase extraction cartridge (Bakerbond, J. T. Baker, Phillipsburg, NJ) and eluted with 2-ml volumes of H 2 O, 50% CH 3 CN (Low-UV HPLC grade, Burdick and Jackson) in H 2 O, and CH 3 CN. All fractions were concentrated to near dryness under vacuum (Speed Vac rotary concentrator, Savant Instruments, Farmingdale, NY) and redissolved in 0.5 ml of 50 mM pH 8 buffer, for bioassay.