dibenzyl

dibenzyl

[dī′ben·zil]
(organic chemistry)
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Estrogen agonist/antagonist properties of dibenzyl phthalate (DBzP) based on in vitro and in vivo assays.
We have isolated eight compounds from TLFA, they were all identified as lignans with dibenzyl butyrolactone structure (Xu et al.
Biosynthesis of Dibenzyl Trisulfide (DTS) from somatic embryos and rhizogenous/embryogenic callus derived from Guinea hen weed (Petiveria alliacea L.
Dibenzyl disulfide was prepared by the method of Baroni9 as depicted in Scheme 1
Decomposition of the initiator (primarily dibenzyl peroxide) into free radicals under heat, initiates chain propagation for a heat activated reaction [14-15].
Disassembly of microtubules and inhibition of neurite outgrowth, neuroblastoma cell proliferation, and MAP kinase tyrosine dephosphorylation by dibenzyl trisulphide.
For unpressurized and low-pressure heat transfer systems, diaryl alkyl heat transfer fluids, such as Dowtherm RP Fluid, offer greater thermal stability and cleaner operation than fluids based on partially hydrogenated terphenyl or dibenzyl toluene chemistry.
In their excellent work investigating catalysis of coal liquefaction, Frederick and Bell studied the effects of zinc halides, and specifically zinc chloride on dibenzyl and cycloaliphatic ethers (ref.
De Sousa JR, Demuner AJ, Pinheiro JA, Breitmaneir E, Casseis BK (1990) Dibenzyl trisulfide and trans-N-metil-4methoxyproline from Petiveria alliacea.
The competitive oxidations of dibenzyl trisulfide and various substituted aryl disulfides utilizing meta-chloroperoxy-benzoic acid will be discussed.