bromobenzene


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bromobenzene

[¦brō·mō′ben‚zēn]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5Br A heavy, colorless liquid with a pleasant odor; used as a solvent, in motor fuels and top-cylinder compounds, and to make other chemicals.
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These excited electrons ionised the chlorine and bromobenzene molecules.
Effects of black seed oil on resolution of hepato-renal toxicity induced by bromobenzene in rats.
Bromobenzene-induced liver necrosis: Protective role of glutathione and evidence for 3, 4 bromobenzene oxide as the hepatotoxic metabolite.
Gillete, "Bromobenzene-induced liver necrosis: protective role of glutathione and evidence for 3,4 bromobenzene oxide as the hepatotoxic metabolite," Pharmacology, vol.
Effect of chronic ethanol administration on bromobenzene liver toxicity in the rat.
Compound (14) 1,2-bis(benzoxazolyl)-4 bromobenzene: Yield: 77%; Anal.
Chemical hepatotoxins such as bromobenzene, C[Cl.sub.4], and furosemide trigger hepatic Nrf2 nuclear translocation and Nrf2-regulated gene expression [85].
Schulte-Hermann, "Cytoprotective effect of the prostacyclin derivative Iloprost against liver cell death induced by the hepatotoxins carbon tetrachloride and bromobenzene," Klinische Wochenschrift, vol.
Influence of mercuric chloride on the metabolism and hepatotoxicity of bromobenzene in rats.
Effects of methanol extract of alisma orientale rhizome and its major component, alisol B 23-acetate, on hepatic drug metabolizing enzymes in rats treated with bromobenzene. Arch.
Bromobenzene (99%), 4-bromoanisole ([greater than or equal to]99%), 1-bromo-4-nitrobenzene (99%), 4-bromobenzotrifluoride (99%), 4-iodoanisole (98%), 4-chloroanisole (99%), chlorobenzene (99.99%), iodobenzene (98%), phenylboronic acid (95%), succinyl chloride (95%), and [K.sub.2]C[O.sub.3] ([greater than or equal to]99%) were used in their commercially available form.