aromatic aldehyde

aromatic aldehyde

[¦ar·ə¦mad·ik ′al·də‚hīd]
(organic chemistry)
An aromatic compound containing the CHO radical, such as benzaldehyde.
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This might be pigskin has small amount of the molecular absorption for the functional group of carbonyl, amide group, or aromatic aldehyde.
This might be cowhide has highest amount of the molecular absorption for the functional group of carbonyl, amide group, or aromatic aldehyde based on in-plane deformation of vibration.
Equimolar quantities of benzil and substituted aromatic aldehyde, ammonium acetate were dissolved in glacial acetic acid and refluxed for 3-5 hours.
Antibacterial properties of some aromatic aldehydes.
We have synthesized several of these compounds quantitatively, in reactions between aromatic aldehydes having unique substituents and primary chiral amines.
To illustrate one safer alternative, we will discuss a mild method for the oxidation of aromatic aldehydes to the corresponding carboxylic acids using sodium chlorite in aqueous acetone.
And almonds, cinnamon, cumin and thyme contain aromatic aldehydes ad alcohols that destroy the potato eye--the growth spot where roots and stems form.
Synthesis of benzoxazoles from 0-aminophenols and aromatic aldehydes.
It is harder still to prevent oxygen from being introduced to the coffee later when it might be undetected as it attacks the fresh bean's aromatic aldehydes.