aralkyl


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aralkyl

[a′ral‚kil]
(organic chemistry)
A radical in which an aryl group is substituted for an alkyl H atom. Derived from arylated alkyl.
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At lower temperatures, C[H.sub.4] was produced due to the rupture of the aliphatic bond of long-chain C-C structures, while at higher temperatures, its release likely resulted from the rupture of the bonds between aromatic methyl groups or aralkyl groups.
Key statement: The invention relates to a tire provided with a tread, said tread comprising a rubber composition based on at least one diene elastomer, a zinc diacrylate derivative in the form of a zinc salt in which RI, R2 and R3 independently represent a hydrogen atom or a C1-C7 hydrocarbon group selected from linear, branched or cyclic alkyl groups, aralkyl groups, alkylaryl groups and aryl groups, which are optionally interrupted by one or more heteroatoms, R2 and R3 being able to form together a non-aromatic ring, and a peroxide.
Mentioned compounds comprise long alkyl (or aralkyl) chains.
The solid plasticizer comprises at least two different benzotriazole derivatives selected from compounds represented by following formula: R1 is one of a hydrogen atom, a halogen atom and an alkyl group; m is an integer of one to four; and X is one of a hydrogen atom, an alkyl group, an aryl group, an aralkyl group and a group represented by following formula: R2 is one of a hydrogen atom, a halogen atom, an alkyl group and hydroxyl group and n is an integer of one to five.
Russell, GA, "Deuterium-Isotope Effects in the Autoxidation of Aralkyl Hydrocarbons.
Fluvoxamine maleate belongs to a chemical series of aralkyl ketones-chemically unrelated to other SSRIs and with significant 5HT reuptake inhibitor activity.