Again, the excess aziridine reacts with water to form an aminoalcohol
One OH-group is linked to a phosphate group, which, in turn, is esterified with a charged head, usually an aminoalcohol such as choline, ethanolamine, inositol or serine, and the remaining two OH-groups are esterified with fatty acids (Figure 1).
Using separate isotope tagging, the individual fate of the PL molecule's aminoalcohol head and FA tails have been followed after intake.
After oral administration of synthesized cathinone (isomers, racemate), 22% to 52% can be recovered in 24 hour urine samples mainly as aminoalcohol
metabolites (Brenneisen, Geisshusler & Schorno 1986).
The following is a list of the most essential patents and patent applications about deposit control additives published in 2002: polyisobutenylphenols , phenol alkylated by polyisobutene and after that propoxylated , alkoxylated fatty amines , hydroalkyl- and aminoalkyl-terminated polyoxyalkenes , poly(oxyalkene)amine and aromatic esters , polyoxyalkene aminoalcohol , amidoamine-terminated polyoxyalkene , hydrocarbyl compounds , and oleic alkanolamide and alkoxylated oleic acid .
Two-cycle engine fuel composition including a polyoxyalkylene aminoalcohol as a deposit inhibitor.
As it is well known that BIIR reacts readily with neutral amines, it would be expected that the treatment of BIIR with an aminoalcohol would result in the corresponding quaternization reaction (ref.
Our initial studies were centered around the basal aminoalcohol, ethanolamine, M1, and its effect on the physical properties of simple BIIR-silica compounds.
Synthesis of polyaspartate esters (PASPEs) with functionalities greater than two is accomplished by reacting an aminoalcohol
2-Azidoalcohols are compounds of interest in organic synthesis as either precursor of vicinal aminoalcohols
Effective applications are enantiomer separations of amines, aminoalcohols
and amino acids, especially for hydrophobic amines.
have been also used as chiral auxiliaries in asymmetric oxidations (e.