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alkoxide

[al′käk‚sīd]
(organic chemistry)
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The presence of a covalent bond between the functionalized ionic liquid and metal alkoxide matrix was shown directly using [.
Increase in amount of water and the concentration of alkoxide pre-material and decrease in the amount of acidic catalyst increase the rate of hydrolysis reaction, and consequently, it results in an increase in the rate of deposition in this process.
Ogata, "Entrapimmobilization of biocatalysts on cellulose acetate-inorganic composite gel fiber using a gel formation of cellulose acetatemetal (Ti, Zr) alkoxide," Cellulose, vol.
Metal Alkoxide Precursors: Metal alkoxides, serving as both the metal and oxygen source, can be reacted with other metal complexes (metal alkyls or chlorides) to form metal oxide thin films.
Table 1--property summary of the main crosslinkers used in condensation cure silicone adhesives Cure Type General characteristics [FORMULA NOT One-part REPRODUCIBLE IN Corrosive, acidic, etches surfaces ASCII] Commonly used as adhesive and caulking Very fast curing Depth of cure limited Catalyst is typically a tin carboxylate Alkoxy Non-corrosive-alcohol leaving group is -O-R a weak acid Two-part - Catalyst is typically a tin carboxylate One part - Catalyst is typically a titanium alkoxide Oxime One-part -O-N=C[R.
a nanotechnology enabled performance coatings company, announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has allowed a patent covering its method for applying transition metal alkoxide films to substrates.
The aqueous sodium hydroxide was added simultaneously with the alkoxide solution in order to obtain a fast hydrolysis-condensation reaction.
These synthetic processes involve a 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition and an intramolecular ring closure of a pendant alkoxide or carboxylate ion onto an activated isoxazole.
The mechanism of alkali-catalyzed transesterification is described with the help of three stapes; first step involves the attack of the alkoxide ion to the carbonyl carbon of the triglyceride molecule, which results in the formation of a tetrahedral intermediate.
2] thin coatings prepared from the alkoxide solution via dip-coating technique affecting the photocatalytic descomposition of aqueous acetic acid", J.
3] wood-inorganic composites prepared by metal alkoxide oligomers and their fire-resisting properties.
An aqueous sol-gel route was preferred over an alkoxide route to prepare the silica sol-gel suspension.