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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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Aqueous-phase furfural-acetone aldol condensation over basic mixed oxides.
Synthesis and characterization of 2,4 dihydroxy substituted chalcones using aldol condensation by SO[Cl.sub.2]/EtOH.
List, "Quantum mechanical predictions of the stereoselectivities of proline-catalyzed asymmetric intermolecular aldol reactions," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
Polymeric enzymes analogues are used in many reactions such as hydrolysis reactions, Diels-Alder aldol condensation, isomerization, and stereoselective reactions, and regioselective reactions [3, 5, 8,18-20].
Excess glucose enters the polyol pathway and activates aldol reductase (AR) but because sorbitol dehydrogenase (SDH) activity does not increase similarly, sorbitol accumulates.
Reactions employed in the synthesis include Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution (NAS), Aldol Condensation, and SN2 Substitution.
Among their topics are cycloaddition reactions, sigmatropic rearrangements and related processes promoted by silver, silver(I)-mediated electrocyclic processes, cycloisomerization reactions catalyzed by silver, silver carbenoids, aldol and related processes, coupling reactions promoted by silver, the supramolecular chemistry of silver, and a critical comparison of the three coinage metals.
Simultaneously, glutaraldehyde reacts with itself (aldol synthesis) resulting in aldol resins E.
Asymmetric aldol reactions catalyzed by tryptophan in water.
(5) Entre otras aportaciones, Borodin descubrio el aldol, la hidrobenzamida y la amarina.
Khilevich A, Aye M, Flavin MT, Rizzo JD, Lin L, Dzekhtser S, Brankovic D, Zhang H, Chen W, Liao S, Zembower DE, Xu ZQ (1996) Synthesis of (+)-calanolide A, an anti-HIV agent, via enzyme-catalyzed resolution of the aldol products.