carbinol


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carbinol

[′kär·bə‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
A primary alcohol with general formula RCH2OH.
The radical CH2OH of primary alcohols.
An alcohol derived from methanol.
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I don't think this model is just going to be limited to carbinol or cruciferous vegetables," he said.
2], whereas copolymers of c-PBT with BPADGE, TBBPA, or Carbinol PDMS, are soluble in CH[Cl.
g], which varies with the monomer (BPADGE, TBBPA, and Carbinol PDMS) content.
5 million tons of carbinol, 900 thousand tons of DME, 1 million tons of olefin and 1.
Silicone carbinol fluid has a low surface tension, allowing it to easily wet and spread pigments and other ingredients onto the skin.
Dow Corning 5562 Carbinol fluid can be used as a suspension aid for pigments or active ingredients.
2008) analyzed the mechanism of action of two phytochemicals, resveratrol (RE) and indole-3 carbinol (I3C) when used alone and in combination in SK-OV-3 ovarian cancer cells.
The condensation of some tertiary aryl substituted carbinols with phenol in the presence of aluminum chloride.
This is believed to represent contributions from carbinols, carbonyls, and carboxyl species in addition to the amide group.
54) These silanols are used to crosslink or cure the resin in coatings and also to react with carbinols present in organic resins, such as alkyd resins.
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