Etard reaction

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Etard reaction

[ā′tär rē‚ak·shən]
(organic chemistry)
Direct oxidation of an aromatic or heterocyclic bound methyl group to an aldehyde by utilizing chromyl chloride or certain metallic oxides.
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Martin T, Moussay S, Bulla I, Bulla J, Toupet M, Etard O, et al.
Hereth-Hebert E, Bah MO, Etard JF, Sow MS, Resnikoff S, Fardeau C, et al.
Studies that have measured the direct effect of ill health on agricultural production have mostly dwelt on the impact of one or two selected diseases on a single crop, and relied on incidence of the disease in an area without taking into cognizance the hours or days of agricultural activities lost due to health problems; see Audibert [13] and Audiber and Etard [14] for instance.
Meckel describio, en 1759, los hallazgos posmortem del neumotorax a tension; por su parte, Etard, discipulo de Laennec, acuno el termino 'neumotorax' en 1803.
Bocca ML, Le Doze F, Etard O, Pottier M, L'Hoste J, Denise P.
Etard JF, Ndiaye I, Thierry-Mieg M, Gueye NF, Gueye PM, Laniece I, Dieng AB, Diouf A, Laurent C, Mboup S, Sow PS and E Delaporte Mortality and causes of death in adults receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy in Senegal: a 7-year cohort study.
Address for correspondence: Jean-Francois Etard, Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, BP 1386, Dakar, Senegal; fax: +221 832 43 07; email: etard@ird.