diphenol

diphenol

[dī′fē‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
A compound that has two phenol groups, for example, resorcinol.
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Biochemical and molecular characterization of the diphenol oxidase of Cryptococcus neoformans-identification as a laccase.
The company envisages that the new plant will help the company become a major supplier of Diphenol and Catecholand Vanillin as well as its derivative and down-stream products.
The switch between diphenol (or hydroquinone) and diketone (quinone) occurs easily through redox reactions [43].
Conventional polysulfones usually contain only a single type of diaryl sulfone group and a single type of diphenol such as biphenol or bisphenol A.
The switch between diphenol (or hydroquinone) and diketone (or quinone) occurs easily through oxidation and reduction reactions.
Janis Robins, it involved a new, highly reactive phenolic resin and polymeric methylene diphenol isocyanate (MDI) coated on the sand and gassed with triethylamine (TEA).
A new diphenol plant opened in November, 2007, and a new corporate research center in Shanghai is expected to open in 2008.
Biochemical And Molecular Characterization Of The Diphenol Oxidase Of Cryptococcus Neoformans: Identification As A Laccase," Journal of bacteriology, 1994; 176(3): Pp.
Hydroxytyrosol, principal olive oil diphenol, has been shown to activate Nrf2 through the PI3K/Akt and ERK1/ERK2 pathways in vascular endothelial cells [72].
Specifically, PPO consists of a dinuclear copper center, which is able to have an oxygen atom inserted in the ortho position to an existing hydroxyl group in an aromatic ring, followed by oxidation of diphenol to the corresponding quinone.
The diphenol substrates tested were dopamine, L-dopa and catechol, and the monophenol substrate tested was tyramine.
Thus wines with sufficient reactive diphenol concentration can begin aging with unbalanced acidity (e.