amino alcohol

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amino alcohol

[ə′mē‚nō ′al·kə‚hȯl]
(organic chemistry)
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These cyclic cores are easily synthesized from the corresponding ketones and amino alcohols and therefore, after the corresponding functionalization step following by deprotection, we could access to ?
A number of custom-designed hydrophobic amino alcohols and hydrophobic amino diols have been developed that are used to manufacture a variety of amine technology HEUR products.
Enzyme Class Products Acylases (Codex(TM) Acylase) Chiral amines or alcohols via resolution of amides or esters Ene reductases (Codex(TM) ERED) alpha and/or beta chiral ketones, esters and nitriles Transaminases (Codex(TM) TA) Chiral amines Halohydrin dehalogenases (Codex(TM) HHDH) Chiral halohydrins, cyanohydrins, amino alcohols, epoxides, diols
Also, weak amines and amino alcohols have also been used as activators in combinations with the metal oxides.
Such reagents provide versatile methods to prepare chiral cyclobutanones, amino acids and amino alcohols with enantiomeric excesses in some cases of |is greater than~ 98%.
Development Of Efficient Technical Processes For The Production Of Enantiopure Amino Alcohols In The Pharmaceutical Industry
Ruthenium C3-TunePhos complexes can also be used for hydrogenation of alkenes to make chiral cyclic beta-amino acids, and asymmetric hydrogenation of amino ketones to generate a variety of chiral amino alcohols.
Others - A large number of aliphatic diamine and amino alcohols are used to cure the much less reactive aliphatic isocyanate systems.
Sharpless outlined his new advanced technologies for the production of single-isomer amino alcohols by catalytic asymmetric aminohydroxylation.
These new ingredients are esters of fatty alcohols and amino acids or esters of fatty acids and amino alcohols, and are structurally similar to the building block molecules of the lipid and protein components of the skin.
The NexACT molecules, which are non-toxic skin permeation-enhancing ingredients, are esters of fatty alcohols and amino acids or esters of fatty acids and amino alcohols, and are structurally similar to the building block molecules of the lipid and protein components of the skin.