acyl halide

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acyl halide

[′a·səl ′hal‚īd]
(organic chemistry)
One of a large group of organic substances containing the halocarbonyl group; for example, acyl fluoride.
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The results of research concerning the emission of heteronuclear ionic molecules of inert gases and halogenides of inert gases under nuclear pumping were described.
Side by side with influence on morphological peculiarities of the crystallite growth under conditions of joint deposition of vapor flows of steel and alkaline metal halogenides, intensification of the volume diffusion will enable formation at boundaries of columnar crystallites of accumulations of defects such as vacancies, impurity atoms, etc.
It is shown that method of electron beam evaporation in vacuum of stainless steel and salts of the alkaline metal halogenides with different melting temperatures (chloral sodium and chloral potassium) allows producing in joint deposition of their vapor flows porous condensates, temperature dependence of porosity of which is of nonmonotonous character with maximum in the area of 0.6 [T.sub.m] temperature with characteristic formation of elongated pores of open type.
Methodology of deposition of porous condensates in electron beam evaporation and joint deposition of the stainless steel vapor phases and the alkaline metal halogenide on a preliminarily heated up to a certain temperature substrate is described in detail in [3].
For example: The heading "Halogenides" appears only in the Table of Contents; elsewhere, the term "Halides" is used, but there is no general heading to cover all four halide classes.