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coupled reaction

[′kəp·əld rē′ak·shən]
(chemistry)
A reaction which involves two oxidants with a single reductant, where one reaction taken alone would be thermodynamically unfavorable.
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Finally, a coupling reaction occurs when the sodium bicarbonate and citric acid react together to produce C[O.
In the ease of the compounds containing silane, a coupling reaction occurs during the compounding process, with the silane's ethoxy groups reacting with the silanol groups on the silica surface, accompanied by the splitting-off of ethanol.
Because of the previously established low activity of the alloy in ethanol, TMSCl was introduced as activator while carrying out the coupling reaction with ground Dewarda alloy (~0.
The compounds with OTES, which acts as a silica hydrophobizing agent, also show an increase of tensile strength with dump temperature, indicating a better silanization, but without the coupling reaction the ultimate strength is lower.
For example, the step used to bring together the three aromatic rings of the polyphenol skeleton involved an unusual double Suzuki coupling reaction of dibromoalkenes.
Furthermore, experiments showed that the content of the final release of EtOH and long alcohol, as well as the final turnover of the coupling reaction, is lowered by increasing amounts of NR impurity.
The suppression could be due to the presence of inhibitors of the coupling reaction in bovine sera or to the addition of inhibitors during the processing of such sera.
The development of water-soluble phosphine ligands for coupling reaction has been an expanding area of research over the past several years.
To exclude the effect of complex flow on the reactive compatibilization, a planar interface in layered sandwich [51-55] was used as a model for theoretical studies on the coupling reaction mechanism of the functionalized polymers in the past decade.
Ideally, the coupling reaction between silica particles and the rubber network should take place during the tire's molding process.