1-Pentanol, is an alcohol with five carbon atoms and the molecular formula C5H11OH. 1-Pentanol is a colorless liquid with a distinctive aroma. It is the straight-chain form of one of 8 isomers with that formula; the hydroxyl group is the active site of many reactions. The ester formed from 1-pentanol and butyric acid is pentyl butyrate; the ester formed from 1-pentanol and acetic acid is amyl acetate. In 2014, a study was conducted comparing the performance of diesel fuel blends with various proportions of pentanol as an additive. While gaseous emissions increased with higher concentrations of pentanol, particulate emissions decreased. Pentanol can be used as a solvent for coating DVDs. Pentanol can be prepared by fractional distillation of fusel oil. To reduce the use of fossil fuels, research is underway to develop cost-effective methods of producing bio-pentanol with fermentation

Symon Sadik

Symon Sadik is a Bangladeshi film actor known for his works in Dhallywood cinema. He made his debut as a lead in the 2012 Bangladeshi film Ji Hujur, Directed by Zakir Hossain Raju, And opposite Sara Zerin, and his second film Poramon, Directed by Zakir Hossain Raju and opposite Mahiya mahi. And he won Bioscope Borsho-sera awards for Best acting in Poramon, and He won Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Actor for his role in the film Jannat. Symon Sadik was born on August 30, 1985, at Kalapara, Bangladesh, he rose up in the Kishoreganj Sadar. Symon passed SSC from Kishoreganj Govt. Boys School, he was so much passionate about media arena from early childhood and participated in the Super Hero and Heroin competition organized by NTV. Symon Sadik and Sara zerin started in 2012 with director Zakir Hossain Raju in Ji Huzur movie, he was introduced to the audience by starring in the movie Poramon in 2013. Symon got his breakthrough in the film PoraMon, and he acted in Bangladeshi film "Er beshi valobasha Jay na" He was acted opposite Mahiya Mahi in the Jannat film on 2018.

He was awarded the Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Actor in the category for his outstanding performance in the film Jannat Symon Sadik on IMDb

John Ford (disambiguation)

John Ford was an American film director who won four Academy Awards. John or Johnny Ford may refer to: John of Ford, abbot of the Dorset Cistercian monastery Forde Abbey John Ford and Methodist leader in South Carolina and Mississippi Territory John Ford, Bishop of Plymouth John C. Ford, American Catholic theologian and Jesuit priest with strong emphasis on Humanae vitae John Ford, MP for Tavistock John Ford, MP for Dorset and Melcombe Regis John Ford, English MP for Colchester in 1416 John Salmon Ford, Texas politician known as "Rip" Ford John M. Ford, American politician John Anson Ford, California politician John Joseph Ford, California jurist Sir John Ford, British Foreign Office official John Ford, American legislator Johnny Ford, Alabama's first African-American mayor John Ford, Oklahoma political figure John David Ford John Ford, New York judge and politician John Ford, English playwright and poet Frank John Ford, Australian theatre director and festival administrator John M. Ford, American science fiction writer and poet John-James Ford, Canadian foreign service officer, short story writer, novelist John Baptiste Ford, U.

S. businessman, founder of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company John T. Ford and manager of the theater where Lincoln was assassinated John Gardner Ford, business executive, son of U. S. President Gerald Ford John Ford, Marquette University football coach John Ford, English John Ford, Bermudian Olympic cyclist John Ford, American football player John Ford, Scottish footballer John Ford, Australian rules footballer for Fitzroy John Ford, Australian rules footballer for North Melbourne John Ford, British admiral John D. Ford, American naval officer John Ford, English singer and guitarist John J. Ford Jr. American numismatist John Simpson Ford, Scottish industrial chemist and microbiologist John J. Ford, American CIA official and cyberneticist John Ford House, U. S. congressman from Tennessee John Ford Paterson, Scottish-Australian landscape painter John Ford Messer, Canadian local-level legislator John Ford Noonan, American actor and writer for theater and television John Ford Coley, American pianist, guitarist and author John-Ford Griffin, American baseball player John Ford Home, in Marion County, Mississippi Jon Ford Jack Ford Ford