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alicyclic

[¦al·ə¦sī·klik]
(organic chemistry)
Having the properties of both aliphatic and cyclic substances.
Referring to a class of saturated hydrocarbon compounds whose structures contain one ring. Also known as cycloaliphatic; cycloalkane.
Any one of the compounds of the alicyclic class. Also known as cyclane.
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Incorporation in the molecular structure of polyimides of asymmetric alicyclic DOCDA or symmetric alicyclic BOCA moieties, together with aromatic diamine units containing ether and/or sulfonic linkages, reduces electronic conjugation along the macromolecular chain to different extents.
of polyimides based on aromatic and alicyclic dianhydrides, 344
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These high values of both microstructural parameters relating to these BODA-based polyimides can be attributed to the alicyclic structure, which induces steric hindrance for chain packing.
7] combined the methods of UV-, IR-, NMR H and 13C spectroscopy and showed that in shale oil fraction 300-320 [degrees]C aromatic ketones are not prevalent, and ketones are represented mostly by alicyclic ketones and alkanones.
Several types of amine curing agents, such as aliphatic, alicyclic, and aromatic amines, are used in combination with DGEBA oligomers in various applications (1).
Tetralin [Mathematical Expression Omitted] and fractions of paraffin oils (mixture of paraffin hydrocarbons, aromatic and alicyclic hydrocarbons) were used as solvents.
PBCS by incorporation of alicyclic units 1,4-cyclohexanedimethanol (CHDM) into PBS backbone has been extensively investigated on the biodegradability and biocompatibility [14], The chemical composition of PBCS series (PBCSs) plays an important role in controlling the physical properties.