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cycloalkane

[¦sī·klō′al‚kān]
(organic chemistry)
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Bhaumik, Mesoporous Cr-MCM-41: An Efficient Catalyst for Selective Oxidation of cycloalkanes, J.
The agents detected in both water and sediment included petrol effluents, including many poly-cyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), benzene, toluene, and xylene, long-chain and branched hydrocarbons, phenols, alcohols, chlorinated alkylbenzenes, trichlorethylene, trichlorophenol, cresols, cycloalkanes, aldehydes, ketones, many brominated and chlorinated aromatic organic compounds, di-(2-ethyihexyl)phthalate, diphenyl, hexachlorocyclohexanes, methylene chloride, styrenes, organic and inorganic acids, fertilizers and their by-products, nitrogen by-products, vinyl chlorides, salts, dust, and cement in powder form, as well as radionuclides of uranium, radium, and radon.
They include nitrogen dioxide, formaldehyde, and a wide range of alkanes, cycloalkanes, terpenes, aromatic compounds, and hydrocarbons.
The carbon molecules in coal-derived fuels form rings that join into chainlike molecules a called cycloalkanes, while petroleum fuels have mainly linear molecules.
The results of the risk-based sub-study shows that treating the more toxic aromatic-constituents of gasoline is significantly more effective and economical, relative to treating the less toxic alkanes and cycloalkanes.
Growth on cycloalkanes involves an additional oxygenase which almost is never present in strains that use aliphatics (Bartha 1986).
11], and the molecular reference volume, [Mathematical Expression Omitted] using series of n-alkanes, branched alkanes, cycloalkanes, arenes, ethers, ketones, monochlorinated alkanes, and water.
Deuterium labelling has allowed the stereochemistry of the ring closure to cycloalkanes to be determined.
When the temperature was higher than 400[degrees]C, the reactions became intense, affording large amounts of alkenes, cycloalkanes and aromatic compounds in the oil components.
F purposes of discussing their fates and effects, most can be conveniently divided into four categorie alkanes, cycloalkanes, olefins (or alkenes) and cycloalkenes, and aromatics.
All main classes of monomers including heterocyclics, cyclic olefins and alkynes, and cycloalkanes, are discussed separately as well as their specificities regarding the ring-opening polymerization techniques, the mechanisms, the degree of control, the properties of the related polymers and their applications.
It contains paraffins, cycloalkanes, aromatics and hetero-aromatics with nitrogen, sulphur and oxygen atoms.