1999) and have been found (Umschlag, Hermann 1999) to be effective for the degradation of various aromatic compounds, such as benzene, p-xylene, toluene, chlorobenzene, nitrobenzene and benzonitrile
Of the 24 N-containing pyrolysis products identified, benzonitrile and Ci-benzonitriles were recently proposed as the main products of N-containing groups in BC (Schnitzer et al.
One cluster of N-containing compounds in the NE quadrant is composed of benzonitrile, [C.
Similar results showing the reduced biodegradation of diuron and benzonitrile by selected microorganisms in the presence of wheat char have been reported by other workers (Zhang et al.
Zhang P, Sheng GG, Feng Y, Miller DM (2005) Role of wheat-residue-derived char in the biodegradation of benzonitrile in soil: Nutritional stimulation versus adsorptive inhibition.
The resulting negatively charged molecules dissolve in benzonitrile
, allowing the researchers to extract them.
Cannon also includes forms like benzonitrile
and benzoyl chloride as borrowings from Arabic, since the element benzo- has an Arabic origin.
Indeed, some processes to produce MXDA were disclosed using m-xylene, pseudocumene, mesitylene, ethylbenzene, methylpyridine, benzonitrile, m-tolunitrile, isopropanol, MXDA and cyanopyridine (Kurek, 1984; Nakamura et al.
In this reaction, 3-Methylamino benzonitrile (3-MAB) was identified as a main by-product as illustrated in Table 2.
For example, char, which is derived from the burning of crop residues, has been shown to reduce the activity of a variety of pesticides including chlorpyrifos (Kamm and Montgomery 1990) and diuron (Toth 1973; Yang and Sheng 2003a, 2003b), benzonitrile
(Zhang et al.
(PPBN) thin films were successfully prepared by radio frequency glow discharge techniques.
This hypothesis, verified for PC/SAN alloys, by using benzonitrile
as model for low MW species, by Janarthan et al.