aromatic ketone

aromatic ketone

[¦ar·ə¦mad·ik ′kē‚tōn]
(organic chemistry)
An aromatic compound containing the ‒CO radical, such as acetophenone.
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By contrast, valerophenone, an aromatic ketone, photolyzed at a similar rate in both methanol and aqueous NS-CAL solutions.
The polyimides II A and II B display aromatic ketone absorbance in the IR region at 1670 [cm.
29], and minor aromatic ketones, the relative content of neutral fraction 5 being 16.
Acetophenone yields more Pinacol indicating that aromatic ketones are more prone to the formation of the Pinacol.
quinoides, aromatic ketones, aldehydes, and acids as photodegradation products.
French, Antimalarial Activity of Guanylhydrazone Salts of Aromatic Ketones.
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.
This band results from the stretching of ketone carbonyls and suggests the formation of aromatic ketones.