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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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Average particle size of magnetic fillers: micro- and nanosized magnetite as well as carbonyl iron powder were measured with Zetasizernano S90--Malvern Instruments.
Carbonyl protein was determined by the method described in Levine et al.
The peak intensity in the carbonyl region was normalized to the intensity of the peak at 2,918 [cm.
As Table-1 indicates, exposure of different alkyl-substituted benzenes to BTPBCN in aqueous acetic acid at reflux condition for appropriate times produced corresponding carbonyl compounds in good to excellent yields (70-88%).
60] showed a shift in the carbonyl absorption to higher wavenumbers compared to formamide in pure toluene.
However, in oxidative stress, excessive ROS oxidize unsaturated fatty acids and produce a large amount of highly reactive [alpha],[beta]-unsaturated carbonyl compounds, that is, lipid peroxides.
We measured the concentration of protein reactive carbonyl products using the protocol of Levine R et al.
Group A received Carbonyl Iron 100 mg once daily, Group B received ferrous sulphate 200 mg thrice daily and Group C received Ferrous fumarate 200 mg twice daily for a period of 60 days.
Impact of pre and postnatal ethanol consumption on oxidative stress markers: The testis protein carbonyl status in different experimental groups is shown in table 2.
30 January 2014 - A study, conducted at the US University of Louisville (UofL), has discovered that specific volatile organic compounds (VOCs), known as carbonyls and found in exhaled breath, may help the diagnosis of early-stage lung cancer, UofL said.