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acetylenic

[ə‚sed·ə′len·ik]
(organic chemistry)
Pertaining to acetylene or being like acetylene, such as having a triple bond.
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We observed that the sensitivities of the [alpha]-, [beta]-, [gamma]-, and 6,6,12-graphyne-based and graphene-based resonators differed due to the different percentages and mass densities of acetylenic linkages.
Lukacs, "Studies on the mechanisms of corrosion inhibition by acetylenic compounds in hydrochloric acid solution," Corrosion Science, vol.
Then TMS group was deprotected using TBAF to give the key acetylenic amino acid ready for cycloaddition reaction.
The imaginary frequency of the transition state of the trans-deprotonation step (14) corresponds to the elongation of the C-H bond of the acetylenic proton.
Tailoring the Properties of Boron-Dipyrromethene Dyes with Acetylenic Functions at the 2,6,8 and 4-B Substitution Positions.
Veltri, "Carbon dioxide effect on palladium-catalyzed sequential reactions with carbon monoxide, acetylenic compounds and water," Journal of Molecular Catalysis A, vol.
Some researchers reported that the genus Echinops are consist of flavonoids, alkaloids, saponins, phytosterols, polyphenols, carotenoids, sesquiterpene lactones/alcohols, lignans, acetylenic and thiophene compounds and essential oils (Tadesse and Abegaz, 1990; Singh and Pandey, 1994; Hymete et al., 2005).
[19] Mitamura Takenori and Ogawa Akiya, 2009 "Copper (0)-Induced Deselenative Insertion of N,N-Disubstituted Selenoamides into Acetylenic C-H Bond Leading to Propargylamines" Organic Letters, 11 (10), pp.
3), in addition to the change of the peaks assigned to benzoxazine was observed, the change of the intensity of the band at 3288 [cm.sup.-1] (200, which is associated with the acetylenic C--H stretch, was observed also.
Acetylenic fatty acids (8-16 carbons) are one of the most promising groups of fatty acids to exert antifungal effects (29), while a-methoxylated fatty acids are less toxic (30).
Antihyperglycemic acetylenic glucosides from Bidens pilosa.
Topics addressed include bioactive macrocyclic peptides and peptide mimics, macrocycles by ring-closure metathesis, supramolecular macrocycle synthesis by H-bonding assembly, cucurbiturils, tetra-urea calixarenes, shape-persistent macrocycles based on acetylenic scaffolding, supramolecular 3D architectures by metal-directed assembly of synthetic macrocycles, new properties and reactions in self-assembly M6L4 coordination cages, anion-binding macrocycles, and rotaxane and catenane synthesis.