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carbonyl

[′kär·bə‚nil]
(organic chemistry)
A functional group found in organic compounds in which a carbon atom is doubly bonded to an oxygen atom (‒CO‒). Also known as carbonyl group.
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Maillard reaction-derived carbonyl compounds act with these compounds forming intermediates that further involve in flavour-forming reactions.
Mechanism of perturbation of integrin-mediated cell-matrix interactions by reactive carbonyl compounds and its implication for pathogenesis of diabetic ne phropathy.
The present work deals with the electrochemical reduction of various carbonyl compounds such as (1) Acetone (2) Acetophenone (3) 4-Choloro benzaldehyde was carried out by using the weak acid (Phenol) in aprotic solvent for the synthesis of the Pinacol.
The installation of the PPGs upon carbonyl compounds were achieved in excellent yields.
The obtained water samples were analysed for phenol content using differential ultraviolet spectroscopy [12], and for carbonyl compounds by measuring the consumption of hydroxylamine chloride (oxymation reaction).
16) Furthermore, the catalytic conjugated additional alkynes to unsaturated carbonyl compounds could be performed in water.
Anthropogenic air pollutants are volatile compounds (VOCs), semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs), carbonyl compounds, carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen, and particulate matter.
The effect of the reduction of carbonyl compounds by yeast on flavor stability of Happoushu.
While our mainstream activities have involved the preparations and reactions of the 1,4-dianions of oximes and substituted hydrazones with electrophilic reagents, such as esters and carbonyl compounds, the initial preparation of dihydronaphthisoxazoles from dilithiated 1-tetralone oxime and aromatic esters has not resulted in a routine extension to include dilithiated 1-indanone oximes, but it appears to include 1-benzosuberone hydrazones and oxime.
Like carbonyl compounds, intense flavors from these natural chemicals may limit their use.
Hewlett-Packard (Agilent Technologies) announced that the EPA used the HP 6890 gas chromatography system with a micro electron-capture detector to develop a quick method to test for carbonyl compounds in drinking water.
Chlorine oxidizes these corn-pounds to form contaminants such as carbonyl compounds.