bromobenzene


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bromobenzene

[¦brō·mō′ben‚zēn]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5Br A heavy, colorless liquid with a pleasant odor; used as a solvent, in motor fuels and top-cylinder compounds, and to make other chemicals.
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Bromobenzene induced liver necrosis: protective role of glutathione and evidence for 3,4-bromobenzene oxide as the hepatotoxic metabolite.
The solvent is toluene, 1,2-dichlorobenzene, chlorobenzene, bromobenzene, benzene, butyl acetate, or dimethylformamide.
Ligroin (boiling range: 90-125 [degrees] C) and bromobenzene were used as-received from Wako Pure Chemical Industries and Nacalai Tesque, respectively.
In our previous study using cyclohexane as solvent, fluorescence spectrum of benzene solutions to toluene, bromobenzene, and aniline were studied.
The team achieved this by adding a fluid, bromobenzene, to the setup.
Toxicogenomics of bromobenzene hepatotoxicity: a combined transcriptomics and proteomics approach.
The cytochrome P450 enzyme-catalyzed oxidation of xenobiotics such as bromobenzene or acetaminophen generates a highly electrophilic intermediate capable of forming covalent adducts with critical cellular macromolecules such as thiol-containing membrane proteins that regulate calcium homeostasis [7, 8,12].
A Heterogeneous reaction: the Wurtz coupling of bromobenzene using lithium metal.
3], 98%); butyllithium (BuLi, 15% in hexane); Bromobenzene (Br-benzene, 98%)(all Aldrich), were used as received.
Although ALAD can be inhibited by a variety of chemicals, including lead, trichloroethylene, bromobenzene, and styrene (Fujita et al.