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7) prepared a series of UV-curable organic-inorganic hybrid coating materials containing TEOS, titanium tetraiso-propoxide, acetylacetone, and cycloaliphatic epoxy acrylate by the Sol--Gel method.
A modified version of EN 717-3 ("Formaldehyde Release by the Flask Method," ONORM 1996) was used to collect formaldehyde emissions that were quantified using the acetylacetone method.
Liver TG content was assayed by the acetylacetone method (Chen, 1999).
Briefly, [delta]-ALA reacts with acetylacetone and formaldehyde to form 2,6-diactyl-1, 5-dimethyl-7-(2-carboxyethyl)-3H-pyrrolizine (Figure 1), a derivative that can be quantified via fluorescence detection at excitation/ emission wavelengths of 370 nm and 460 nm, respectively.
The use of acetylacetone as extractant of translocated organic matter.
Peroximon curing agents for polyester resins include MEK peroxides (K1 and K10), methylisobutyl ketone peroxide (K2), acetylacetone (K3), and cumene hydroperoxide (CH).
Formaldehyde reacts with acetylacetone (pentane-2, 4-dione, Nash reagent) to form 1,4-dihydroluthidine, which can then be quantitatively determined by photometric titration.
The values of formaldehyde emissions were calculated using the acetylacetone method and were expressed as they relate to the dry weight of the material (milligrams of formaldehyde per 100 g of dry board).