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  • For example, replacing a t-butyl fragment into a pseudo atom "t-Bu".

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  • From the classical point of view, this is quite an unreasonable reaction; isobutane is oxidized by the proton to give the t-butyl cation and molecular hydrogen.

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  • Olah found that for instance protonated isobutane decomposes to the t-butyl cation and molecular hydrogen.

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  • She was transferring about 1.8 ounces of t-butyl lithium from one sealed container to another when a plastic syringe came apart in her hands, spewing a chemical compound that ignites when exposed to air.

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  • That late December afternoon in 2008, she started working with a liquid called t-butyl lithium.

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  • They pull on safety goggles, measure out t-butyl alcohol and try to determine the molar mass of an unknown substance by measuring how much its freezing point decreases.

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  • One gets terribly confused with t-butyl, tertiary butyl, tert-butyl and similar.

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