benzenoid


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benzenoid

[′ben·zə‚nȯid]
(organic chemistry)
Any substance which has the electronic character of benzene.
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1] respectively and benzenoid peaks was shifted to lower wave number (1494.
We also identified 13 aromatic compounds (both benzenoids and phenylpropanoids), four nitrogenous compounds, and three fatty acid derived volatiles.
Considering that quinone methides are the resonance hybrids between the quinoid and benzenoid structures, and their high reactivity to electrophiles and nucleophiles, it is evident that the polycondensation mechanism in all catalytic conditions can be explained by their participation.
These networks have been studied in a variety of contexts, specially in wireless and interconnection networks Decayeux (2006); Decayeux and Seme (2005), but they have been also applied, for instance, in chemistry to model benzenoid hydrocarbons Tosic et al.
The position of the benzenoid substituent divides the flavonoid class into flavonoids (2-position) and isoflavonoids (3-position).
steps in the formation of benzenoid esters and ethers have been well
In the benzenoid chemicals industry the consumer gain per job lost exceeds $1 million; in the luggage industry the consumer gain per job lost exceeds $900,000.
Plants were sprayed with the following pesticides: a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide (ASANA[R] XL, esfenvalerate), a benzimidazole fungicide (Benlate[R], benomyl), a benzenoid fungicide (Ridomil[R], metalaxyl), and an organochlorine fungicide (Bravo[R], chlorothalonil).
Such duty-free imports accounted for more than half of the Nation's total 1983 imports in the benzenoid intermediate category (in tons) and for 96 percent of imports of phthalic anhydride.
The peaks appearing in the lower wavelength zones, from 218-292nm may be attributed to the benzenoid I - I* transitions of compounds and the peaks in the higher wavelength range of 320-396nm could be due to the presence of azomethine and carbonyl n - I* transitions.