diphenol

diphenol

[dī′fē‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
A compound that has two phenol groups, for example, resorcinol.
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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 4,4-(Hexafluoroisopropylidene) diphenol (CAS 1478-61-1) Market Research Report 2013 includes 4,4-(hexafluoroisopropylidene) diphenol description, covers its application areas and related patterns.
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.
to facilitate negotiation of a definitive agreement under which the company would build and operate a proposed new aniline plant in Baytown, Texas, to supply aniline to Bayer's proposed new MDI (methylene diphenol diisocyanate) complex at Baytown.
005 mol) of diisocyanates (MDI, TDI, IPDI, or HDI) with respect to the diphenol taken in 10 mL of dry 4-methylpentanone-2 were added all at once with constant stirring.
13], the formation of root premodium cells depends on the endogenous auxins in the cuttings and on a synergic compound such as diphenol.
The phenoloxidase displayed a preference for diphenol substrates and was inactivated by incubation at temperatures above 70[degrees]C.
Concerning the DPPH radical-scavenging assay we could show that the presence of a diphenol configuration (in ortho position) was sufficient to exert a scavenging activity surmounting even that of Trolox, a soluble derivative of vitamin E serving as a standard.
Piperogalin, a new prenylated diphenol from Peperomia galioides.