benzene ring

(redirected from benzene rings)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.
Related to benzene rings: benzoic acid, toluene

benzene ring

[′ben‚zēn ‚riŋ]
(organic chemistry)
The six-carbon ring structure found in benzene, C6H6, and in organic compounds formed from benzene by replacement of one or more hydrogen atoms by other chemical atoms or radicals.
References in periodicals archive ?
Moreover, we discovered that the [3,3]sigmatropic reaction might not take place when there is a leaving group in the electron-poor benzene ring of phenylhydrazone (97), (36) as shown in eq.
74 were evident for 1,2,4-tri-substituted benzene ring moiety.
But at very high temperatures, the benzene ring does decompose to form hydrogen gas and carbon.
3 Perylene: An aromatic compound whose molecules consist of five fused benzene rings
Furthermore, the several absorption peaks at 1600-1450 cm-1 were the characteristic skeletal vibration of benzene rings.
Different from the isopropyl in bisphenol-A, the fluorenyl moiety in BHPF is a bulky group with high rigidity which can be used for improving the thermal properties of polybenzoxazine because of the steric hindrance and high content of benzene rings.
The Russian-born American chemist Moses Gomberg (1866-1947) tried to attach a carbon atom to four different benzene rings.
However, with just enough carbon atoms to make up two flat benzene rings, this molecule will surely raise some eyebrows.
To make the organic laser, Bell Labs scientist Christian Kloc first grew high-quality crystals of tetracene, which is an organic molecule with four connected benzene rings that conducts electricity well.
5 Hz) all splitted at A2B2 pattern were attributed to two p-substituted benzene rings in 4.
In order to study the heart disorder, Agladze's team created arrhythmia in vitro, using azoTAB (azobenzene trimethylammonium bromide) whose molecule consists of two benzene rings connected by a bridge of two nitrogen atoms, said the study published in the journal PLOS ONE.