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carbonyl

[′kär·bə‚nil]
(organic chemistry)
A functional group found in organic compounds in which a carbon atom is doubly bonded to an oxygen atom (‒CO‒). Also known as carbonyl group.
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Asymmetric Epoxidations of an Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds
The results seem to indicate that the degradation induced by photodegradation (lower-molar weight and greater amount of carbonyl and hydroperoxide groups) was not enough to turn the samples biodegradable.
Table 4: Assignment of absorption band in urea carbonyl region of FTIR spectra for PUUs Wave number ([cm.
Findings illustrate that of the elemental iron powders tested, carbonyl Fe powder more effectively repletes hemoglobin in rats.
Suspecting that the sedentary life -- and corresponding reduction in oxygen demand -- caused less oxidation, the researchers measured protein carbonyl levels in the flies' tissue.
In a previous article [18] the scale expanded FTIR spectra of the SAA-27 copolymer recorded on heating to 210[degrees]C and on cooling to room temperature displayed in the carbonyl 1800-1550 [cm.
However, in the cis-1,3-CHDA configuration, the carbonyl oxygen of the ester is in proximity of the other ester, provided that the ester groups are in the axial position.
Total quantity or scope: Minimum and maximum amounts of 4-year Framework Agreement: liquid medical oxygen in amount of 576 000 m min and max of 672,000 cubic meters, medical oxygen minimum order bottled in 4000 m and 6000 m max, min nitrous oxide in the amount of 14400 kg and max 16800 kg acetylene in quantity min max 72 kg 88 kg carbonyl dioxide Min max 1200 kg 1500 kg entonox in quantity min max 44.
of Alberta) and his former student Lachance, now with a drug company, offer organic chemists a broad treatment of allylic boron compounds, a class of synthetic reagents that over 25 years have become the choice in the stereoselective synthesis of homoallylic alcohols by allyl transfer to carbonyl compounds.
03) whereas, in PD patients, telomere shortening was mainly dependent on plasmatic concentrations of carbonyl proteins (r= -0.