acid chloride

acid chloride

[′as·əd ′klȯr‚īd]
(organic chemistry)
A compound containing the radical ‒COCl; an example is benzoyl chloride.
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It appears that the hydrophobic modification by direct reaction with acid chloride was non-selective.
Several phenylacetic acid carboalkoxyhydrazides were prepared by the condensation of phenylacetic acid chloride with an alkyl hydrazinocarboxylate [e.
DDT and other organochlorine pesticides are cytochrome P450 inducers, and reactive products are formed during their metabolism including free radicals, epoxides, and acid chloride, which can bind covalently to cell macromolecules.
Functionalization with trimellitic anhydride acid chloride (TAAC) onto terminal hydroxyl groups of various polymers was recently described (4-6).
The Company has several essential components that position it well for the future including experienced leadership, a strong balance sheet and proprietary acid chloride leach technology that gives it a competitive advantage for developing bulk mineable deposits that contain both precious and base metals as well as indium and gallium.
The corrosion rate of both the alloy and composite decreased with increase in exposure time in acid chloride solution.
2, the fibers were refluxed with thionyl chloride for 30 min, in order to transform carboxyl groups found at the surface to more reactive acid chloride groups.
The plant is the largest North American production facility of merchant phosgene derivatives, including chloroformates and acid chlorides, serving pharmaceutical, organic peroxide andmagricultural markets.
EXPLORING ORGANIC ACID CHLORIDES AS SUPERHYDROPHOBIC COATINGS, X.
3] The procedure clearly affords acylsilanes in good yields and circumvents the use of stoichiometric copper(I) cyanide typically employed to synthesize these compounds from acid chlorides.
Beginning in the 1930s, portions of the site were used by multiple businesses for industrial activities including the manufacture of acid chlorides and fire retardants.
N-Acetyl-amino acid conjugates to be used as calibrators were prepared with the appropriate organic acid chlorides or anhydrides as reported by Hagenfeldt and Naglo (15) and Liebich and Fbrst (16), respectively.