It is insoluble in ether and in absolute alcohol, and not readily soluble in amyl alcohol.
The amyl alcohol solution has the property of gelatinising when cold.
The violet coloring matter is obtained in a pure state on evaporating the amyl alcohol.
Fusel oil and its chief constituent, amyl alcohol, are direct nerve poisons.
In alcohol and amyl alcohol it dissolves in almost every proportion.
These colloids appear to be separated by amyl alcohol in virtue of their greater solubility in that menstruum.
Pohl73 found that amyl alcohol is largely eliminated by the lungs in the cat and in the dog.
It volatilises with aqueous and amyl alcohol vapour notably, and is not even fixed at -10°.
Alkalised by ammonia, it dissolves freely in chloroform and in amyl alcohol.
A solution in amyl alcohol is also precipitated by bromine; the precipitate is crystalline.