carbonyl compound


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carbonyl compound

[′kär·bə‚nil ‚käm‚pau̇nd]
(organic chemistry)
A compound containing the carbonyl group (CO).
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In most cases these precursors have been prepared from carbonyl compounds via reductive alkylation of protected hydrazines [3-5] (Scheme 1, A).
21-23), (51) Furthermore, for carbonyl compounds with an [alpha]-proton, a tautomeric equilibrium can exist between the imine and the enamine, but in which the imine form predominates.
The initial attack of ozone occurs in both stressed and unstressed rubber to give a molozonide, which is unstable and dissociates to give a Zwitterion (1) and a carbonyl compound (2).
In approach A, the dipyrromethene is directly synthesized using nitrobenzoyl chloride as the carbonyl compound in the reaction with pyrrole [24].
A number of [alpha], [beta]-unsaturated carbonyl compounds were prepared by condensing of 2-formylfuran, 2-formylpyridine and 2-formylthiophene with acetone, acetophenone, 3-methyl-acetophenone, [alpha]-chloroacetophenone and ethyl methyl ketone in ethanolic NaOH solutions.
Researchers have found that the gas phase of mosquito coil smoke contains some carbonyl compounds with properties that can produce strong irritating effects on the upper respiratory tract--for example, formaldehyde and acetaldehyde (Chang and Lin 1998).
Orhanovic, Oxidation of Certain Cyclic Carbonyl Compounds with Alkaline Hydrogen Peroxide, Carbohydr.
Direct condensation of 1-aminoanthraquinone with a variety of carbonyl compounds was done in the presence of catalytic amount of dodecatungstosilicic acid/[P.
Some of these compounds, which include carbonyl compounds, cyclohexanone, phenol and isophorone, might be critical when present in higher concentrations in children's toys.
The issue is that PG and VG can break down at high temperatures, generating low molecular weight carbonyl compounds with established toxic properties (e.
Moreover, they might be the result of secondary reactions of amino acids (cysteine, histidine, and lysine) with reactive carbonyl compounds (ketones, aldehydes), emerged in lipid peroxidation or glycation/glycoxidation reactions.
The chemical, which is also known as Brady's reagent, is a chemical used to identify whether unknown compounds contain carbonyl compounds.