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alkoxy

[al′käk·sē]
(organic chemistry)
An alkyl radical attached to a molecule by oxygen, such as the ethoxy radical.
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The assigned peaks at 4.1 ppm for alkoxy proton and at 2.3 ppm for methylene proton in [sup.1]H-NMR spectrum as well as the assigned peaks at 173.3 ppm for carbon signal of carbonyl group and at 64.4 ppm of alkoxy carbon signal in [sup.13]C-NMR spectrum were also used to confirm the chemical structure of PCL.
ROS reactions with proteins lead to the formation of alkyl, alkyl peroxide, alkyl hydroperoxide, and alkoxy radicals are formed.
[5.] Witucki GL, A Silane Primer: Chemistry and Applications of Alkoxy Silanes, J Coatings Technology, 1993; 65(822): 5760.
For example, hydroperoxides can decompose into alkoxy and hydroxyl radicals that can initiate further reactions and decomposition of FAMEs.
Alkoxy silanes provide numerous benefits to coatings such as:
The presence of epoxy and alkoxy functional groups in GO is appear at 1215 and 1080 [cm.sup.-1] respectively.
(4) Tin compounds are commonly used to catalyze the crosslinking of organosilane systems including alkoxy, acetoxy, and oximinosilane systems.
(19-21) In this work, we used a siloxane-modified polyacrylate (SMP) with an [(XO).sub.3] Si structure, where XO is a hydrolyzable alkoxy group such as methoxy (OC[H.sub.3]) or ethoxy (O[C.sub.2][H.sub.5]).
Hydrolysis of dinitro alkoxy phenyl phosphates in aqueous cationicmicelles.
Demirors, Karjala, and Mazzola increased the melt strength of a polyethylene resin by reacting the resin with a free radical generator, such as an alkoxy amine with a decomposition temperature of less than 250[degrees]C, through extrusion.
It is capable of scavenging and destroying chain propagation especially in the form of peroxy, alkoxy and hydroxyl radicals by donating active hydrogen atoms.
PhNHCH2ph and its derivatives (substitutents = alkyl, alkoxy, halo, NO2, OH or CO2H groups) were prepared by Suzuki and his coworkers [4].