Origin of methyl
OTHER WORDS FROM methylme·thyl·ic [me-thil-ik, muh-], /mɛˈθɪl ɪk, mə-/, adjective
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Various organic groups of atoms — such as methyl or phenyl — may be attached to those chains.
Adding a modified type of cellulose, called methyl cellulose, to the recipe can create hot ice cream.
In this experiment from Science Buddies, make your own hot ice cream and see how adding more methyl cellulose changes how it melts.
Worldwide, it comes to some 4,000 metric tons of methyl bromide.
One molecule of methyl bromide in the stratosphere, is about equal “to 50 methyl chlorides,” says Martyn Chipperfield.
Although the gene itself stays unchanged, chemicals called methyl groups alter how that gene works.Researchers Have Created a New Blood Test to Predict Risk of Suicide|Brandy Zadrozny|July 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This process, known as epigenetics, involves the addition of small chemical tags known as methyl groups to the DNA double helix.
Just add methyl cellulose, a thickener that can withstand high temperatures.
Those stains which are dissolved in methyl-alcohol combine fixation with the staining process.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
Czapek says: "The well-known methyl pentoses do not occur in the free state in plant organisms so far as we know."
Methyl furfurol was found here also, this method indeed giving better results than that of Maquenne.
According to the statements of the manufacturers, Bengus Analgesic Balm contains menthol, salicylate of methyl and lanolin.
Methæmoglobin in the blood smaller than in para-acetamido-phenol, but more than when the methyl or ethyl compound is administered.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection|Alexander Wynter Blyth