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carbonyl

[′kär·bə‚nil]
(organic chemistry)
A functional group found in organic compounds in which a carbon atom is doubly bonded to an oxygen atom (‒CO‒). Also known as carbonyl group.
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Ionization of Six Low Molecular Carbonyl Compounds. The full scan mass spectra for the mixture of four aldehydes and mixture of two ketones with 0.5 [micro]g/L were displayed in Figure 2, respectively.
Of note, DNA breaks induced by carbonyl compounds may activate cellular DNA damage response (DDR), inducing cell cycle arrest for DNA repair or apoptosis (Figure 3).
In understudy drain the estimated phenolic and carbonyl compounds in the surface water samples ranged from 3.0 to 6.0 and 0.6 to 0.9 ppm, respectively.
The carbonyl compounds were then separated on a CP-Wax column (diameter: 0.25 mm, length: 60 m, and thickness: 0.25 [micro]m) with a split ratio of 1:5.
Herein our research group presents entirely green protocol, an eco-friendly, simple, and efficient protocol for synthesis of [beta]-amino carbonyl compounds via a one-pot three-component reaction among aromatic aldehydes, anilines, and acetophenone in the presence of saccharose as catalyst in water/ethanol at room temperature (Figure 1).
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