dibenzyl

dibenzyl

[dī′ben·zil]
(organic chemistry)
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We have isolated eight compounds from TLFA, they were all identified as lignans with dibenzyl butyrolactone structure (Xu et al.
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].
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.
The competitive oxidations of dibenzyl trisulfide and various substituted aryl disulfides utilizing meta-chloroperoxy-benzoic acid will be discussed.
Efficient synthesis of (2R,3R)- and (2S,3S)-2,3-diaminobutane-1,4-diol and their dibenzyl ethers.
Out of the tested compounds, three benzophenanthridine alkaloids (1, 4, and 7), a dibenzyl butyrolactone lignan (10), and two 2-arylbenzofuran neolignans (12 and 13) displayed significant cytotoxicity to HCT116 cells, confirmed by the Guava Via-Count viability assay.
Candidate solvents include waste cooking oil, vegetable (soy) oil, diesel oil, paraffin, 1-octadecene, biodiesel, dibenzyl sebacate, dibutyl phthalate, tetraethylene glycol, and diethyl sebacate.
9:00 THE MECHANISM OF DECOMPOSITION OF DIBENZYL TRISULFIDE 1-OXIDE
The CYP enzymes CYP3A4, 3A5, CYP19 and the marker substrate dibenzyl fluorescein (DBF) were obtained from GENTEST Corporation, Woburn, MA, USA.
There is an exemption for certain N-nitrosamines of which the dibenzyl and dicyclohexyl derivatives are of special interest.