amino alcohol

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amino alcohol

[ə′mē‚nō ′al·kə‚hȯl]
(organic chemistry)
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ANGUS' ULTRA PC portfolio of amino alcohols, with their high purity and excellent water- and alcohol-solubility properties, helps formulators achieve unmatched performance in many home and personal care products.
ANGUS primary amino alcohols for personal care, AMP ULTRA[R] PC, TRIS AMINO[R] ULTRA PC, and AMPD[TM] ULTRA PC, offer superior neutralization and pH control, mildness, low odor, hypoallergenic qualities, and more, in applications such as:
These cyclic cores are easily synthesized from the corresponding ketones and amino alcohols and therefore, after the corresponding functionalization step following by deprotection, we could access to ?
A number of custom-designed hydrophobic amino alcohols and hydrophobic amino diols have been developed that are used to manufacture a variety of amine technology HEUR products.
Since the pioneering work of Julia and Colonna [9-11], a variety of efficient organocatalysts have been explored for this reaction, for instance, polyamino acids [12], amino alcohols [13-19], phase-transfer catalysts (PTCs) [20-22], amines [23], chiral ketones [24] and chiral peroxides [25, 26].
Occurrence and characteristics of amino alcohols and cyclohexenone, components of fungal mycosporines.
Also, weak amines and amino alcohols have also been used as activators in combinations with the metal oxides.
Such reagents provide versatile methods to prepare chiral cyclobutanones, amino acids and amino alcohols with enantiomeric excesses in some cases of |is greater than~ 98%.
Development Of Efficient Technical Processes For The Production Of Enantiopure Amino Alcohols In The Pharmaceutical Industry
Ultra PC amino alcohols from Angus Chemical meet product safety requirements of both the European Cosmetics Directive 76/768/EEC and the upcoming ASEAN Cosmetics Directive (effective January, 2008).
Others - A large number of aliphatic diamine and amino alcohols are used to cure the much less reactive aliphatic isocyanate systems.
Sharpless outlined his new advanced technologies for the production of single-isomer amino alcohols by catalytic asymmetric aminohydroxylation.