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aryl

[′ar·əl]
(organic chemistry)
An organic group derived from an aromatic hydrocarbon by removal of one hydrogen.
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The Reactions of Alkl, Alkenyl and Aryl Halides: Oxidation Reduction, Substitution, Addition Elimination, and Rearrangement.
At the Waco site, a large increase in aryl C with concomitant decreases in O-alkyl C and alkyl C are evident (Fig.
Within every cell of the body resides a protein known to scientists as the aryl hydrocarbon receptor.
Nutritional antioxidants, such as polyphenols, increase PON1 mRNA expression and activity, by an aryl hydrocarbon receptor-dependent mechanism.
1] is independently a monovalent radical selected from the group consisting of hydrogen, hydrocarbon including but not limited to linear alkyl, or branched alkyl, cycloalkyl, aryl, allyl, or aralkyl; each [R.
In Part I of this book, Levashova (Sterlitamak State Pedagogical Institute, Russia) and Zaikov (biochemical physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia) detail the synthesis and properties of alkenyl aryl esters and N-alkenyl-substituted amines, and in Part II, they describe a process for utilization of methallyl chloride production wastes and synthesis of small-tonnage chemical products from them.
The following are products for the flexible vinyl industry: TS-800/Mark 6087A CM and TS-800/TS-758 mixed metal stabilizer systems contain no alkyl or aryl phosphite components and hence provide good heat stability without liberating phenol or phenolic by-products.
Generally, the spectra from the soils were similar, showing high levels of O-alkyl and alkyl C with lower levels of aryl C.
They argue that something is a dioxin only if it can turn on a cell's dioxin receptor, also called an aryl hydrocarbon (Ah) receptor.
in aryl bromides) that lie outside the energy window of the primary irradiation wavelength.