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aldol

[′al‚dȯl]
(organic chemistry)
CH3CH(OH)CH2CHO A colorless, thick liquid with a boiling point of 83°C; used in manufacturing rubber age resistors, accelerators, and vulcanizers.
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Improvement on the catalytic performance of MgZr mixed oxides for furfural acetone aldol condensation by supporting on mesoporous carbons.
Small effects of a variety of polymorphisms in various genes have been reported, at least in some studies, for example of the reninangiotensin pathway, peroxisome proliferator activated receptor gamma, endothelial nitric oxide, glucose transporter 1, aldol reductase, and apolipoprotein E.
New conjugated oligomers have been synthesized through aldol condensation from chemical reaction between different kinds of ketone and aromatic dialdehydes.
Later on, a one-pot synthesis of I was developed that included a combination of the aldol condensation and the Leuckart reaction.
Sodium pyruvate in the presence of p-dimethylaminobenzaldehyde (P-DMAB) solution and potassium hydroxide forms a bright yellowish solution due to the typical aldol condensation reaction given in Scheme 1.
The eight-step synthesis began with meta-anisaldehyde and included an aldol condensation, classic Bischler-Napieralski protocol to construct a dihydroisoquinoline, reduction and Eschweiler-Clarke N-methylation, Birch reduction, and then acid catalyzed hydrolysis and cyclization at room temperature to the end products.
The most important trends in thermal transformation of carbonyl compounds and esters are the reactions of hydration of esters, dehydrative condensation, aldol and ester condensations, and also desoxydation.
DEVELOPMENT OF A "GREEN" ALDOL CONDENSATION PROJECT FOR ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY.
8-10] In experimental models, the primacy of the polyol pathway in initiating neuropathy was proven by showing that the inhibition of aldol reductase prevents a reduction in tissue myoinositol content and a decrease in ATPase activity.
It is well known that some degradation of carboxylic acids occurs when aldehydic, oxo, or hydroxy acids are placed in a strong alkaline medium, especially if heated, because they can undergo the Cannizzaro reaction, an aldol condensation, or a dehydration, respectively (4,5).
A chemical process known as aldol condensation occurs when the mixture reaches a certain temperature.