aromatic hydrocarbon

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aromatic hydrocarbon

[¦ar·ə¦mad·ik ¦hī·drə′kär·bən]
(organic chemistry)
A member of the class of hydrocarbons, of which benzene is the first member, consisting of assemblages of cyclic conjugated carbon atoms and characterized by large resonance energies. Also known as arene.
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As is well known, the cleavage of aromatic rings is much more difficult to occur than that of aliphatic carbon chains.
With higher treatment temperatures and longer periods of time, a lower intensity of methyl was observed and almost disappeared at 220[degrees]C, while the aromatic ring first increased and then decreased.
Neither TBBPA nor 3-OH-BDE-47 are planar, like E2, resulting in the second aromatic ring being out of the plane compared with the position of E2 (see Supplemental Material, Figure S4A-D).
It is not evident from a two-dimensional rendering of the chemical structure, but a 3D view would show that while many of the chemical groups in a polymer chain project into or out of the page, the aromatic ring sits in a plane.
They consist of fused aromatic rings and do not contain heteroatoms or carry substituent.
At UABOPEtA-30, it is likely that the additional isocynate is liable to give too much cross linking, Also the presence of Bisphenol groups along with the aromatic ring of TDI (at 30wt of loading and above) introduce rigidity in the polymer resin leading to a deterioration of the above properties.
Many of these drugs contain aromatic rings - a type of six-carbon ring - and attaching a fluorine atom to the rings can be a difficult, expensive process.
Therefore, a molecule that contains multiple aromatic rings may be expected to have an even higher refractive index.
Hydroxybenzyl alcohol groups as well as sulfonic acid groups on the carbon alpha to the aromatic rings of the phenylpropane units of the random polymer react with the aromatic nuclei of other phenylpropane units in the presence of the strong mineral acids.
1]) Assignments 3350 H-O-H stretching vibration of absorbed water in carbohydrates 1730 C=O stretching vibration of carboxyl groups of hemicellulose and chromophores 1640 H-O-H stretching vibration of absorbed water in carbohydrates 1600 C=C stretching vibration in aromatic ring of lignin 1505 C=C stretching vibration in aromatic ring of lignin 1450 C=C stretching vibration in aromatic ring of lignin and [CH.
2]-hybridized C in the aromatic ring attached to an electronegative group as C-N[H.
sigma]-type complex arises, because the alkali cation may interact with the [pi]-electron cloud of the aromatic ring (mainly electrostatic ion-induced dipole type interaction, which is denominated as [pi]-binding) or form a more localized type of bond with free electron pairs on electronegative substituent atoms such as oxygen, nitrogen, and halogen (which is denominated as [sigma]-binding).