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alicyclic

[¦al·ə¦sī·klik]
(organic chemistry)
Having the properties of both aliphatic and cyclic substances.
Referring to a class of saturated hydrocarbon compounds whose structures contain one ring. Also known as cycloaliphatic; cycloalkane.
Any one of the compounds of the alicyclic class. Also known as cyclane.
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However, the surface modification of alicyclic (cyclohexene-oxide type) epoxy resins by the self-stratification of fluorinated compounds has hardly been studied.
The alicyclic groups in curing agent b make the cured epoxy resin b have high rigidity, but with bad bending ability and impacting resistance.
The content of aliphatic and alicyclic oil hydrocarbons was reduced from 53,3 [+ or -] 7,46 g/kg to 2,2 [+ or-] 0,39 g/kg on average (Figure 2a).
It is obvious that the outstanding peaks in all chromatograms belong to n-alkanes [C.sub.14]-[C.sub.26], those of alicyclic hydrocarbons being suppressed.
He offers this first effort to develop organic synthetic protocols under ambient conditions, collecting over 200 sincerely screened protocols for aliphatic, aromatic, alicyclic, and heterocyclic compounds.
Thus, their inhibitory properties can be considered negligible, which becomes apparent namely in comparison with the behaviour of previously studied aliphatic, alicyclic and aromatic oximes [15].
With increasing temperature, chemical bonds with medium activation energy begin to split, for example, the side chains at [beta]-site of aromatics and alicyclic hydrocarbon.
Vol.2 offers 13 chapters on hydrocarbons and organic nitrogen compounds, with individual chapters on aliphatic, alicyclic and aromatic types of hydrocarbons, nitritro and amino compounds, and aromatic nitro-amino compounds and their halogenated derivatives.
During thermal splitting of coal structures, hydrogen is released chiefly from alicyclic rings and methylene bridges.
(18,19) The combination of 12 carbons in an alicyclic structure ([H.sub.12]MDI) joined with the 12 carbons of an alcohol group provides the hydrophobic interactions necessary to overcome the low-molecular weight of the unassociated HEUR molecule, and to achieve a 90 KU formulation as effectively as the high-[M.sub.v] HEC.
In a study of flavourings including aliphatic, alicyclic and aromatic ethers (plus anisole derivatives), EFSA criticised Maximised Survey-derived Daily Intakes (MSDIs) methods, looking at average consumption of a flavouring.