acetophenone


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acetophenone

[‚as·ə‚tä·fə′nōn]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5COCH3 Colorless crystals with a melting point of 19.6°C and a specific gravity of 1.028; used as a chemical intermediate.
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This is due to very fast thermal decomposition of DCP at high temperatures and after decomposition the radicals which are formed immediately turns into acetophenone.
The [alpha]-bromination of acetophenone under base catalyzed conditions resulted in quite low transformations yielding.
Males and females showed a significant preference for the blank control over cis-3-hexenyl acetate, acetophenone, ethyl hexanoate, and tridecanone.
2,2 dimethoxy-2-phenyl acetophenone was procured from Acros Organics.
Other substances found in anise oil are anisaldehyde dianethole anisketone anisic acid p-methoxy acetophenone -himachalene and cis-anethole.
have reported the synthesis of self-crosslinked terpolymer derived from 4-acetylpyridine oxime and formaldehyde with acetophenone and studied the relevant characterization [17].
1] ArK1 * Acetophenone H ArK2 * Propiophenone H ArK3 * 1-Phenylbutan-1-one H ArK4 * 1-Phenylpentan-1-one H ArK5 * 1-Phenylhexan-1-one H ArK6 * 1-Phenylheptan-1-one H ArK7 * 2-Methyl-1-phenylpropan-1-one H ArK8 * 2,2-Dimethyl-1-phenylpropan- H 1-one ArK9 2-Chloro-1-phenylethanone H ([dagger]) ArK10 * Cyclopropyl(phenyl)methanone H ArK11 * Cyclopropyl(4-fluorophenyl) 4'-F methanone ArK12 * 4-Chlorophenyl(cyclopropyl) 4'-Cl methanone ArK13 1-(4-Fluorophenyl)ethanone 4'-F ([dagger]) ArK14 1-(4-Chlorophenyl)ethanone 4'-Cl ([dagger]) ArK15 1-(4-Bromophenyl)ethanone 4'-Br ([dagger]) ArK16 1-p-Tolylethanone 4'-C[H.
Twin-shaped molecules of pure acetophenone and its fully deuterated analogue acetophenone-dg are easily distinguished by smell, despite having identical structures, rendering the classical "lock and key" olfactory model outdated.
In the experiment, mice were conditioned to fear acetophenone, a scent commonly used in food flavoring, with a foot shock administered to the mice whenever the smell was present.
After analyzing the tapioca balls which make up the "bubbles" in the drink, researchers from the University Hospital Aachen, for instance, found that the pearls contained polychlorinated biphenyls or PCBs such as styrene, acetophenone, and brominated substances, chemicals that shouldn't be in food at all, researchers told German paper The Local.
Mitsudome et al have synthesized Hydrotalcite- AuNPs and used them as highly efficient, selective and reusable catalyst for an aerobic oxidation of 1- phenylethanol into acetophenone [25].