benzyne

benzyne

[′ben‚zīn]
(organic chemistry)
C6H4 A chemical species whose structure consists of an aromatic ring in which four carbon atoms are bonded to hydrogen atoms and two adjacent carbon atoms lack substitutents; a member of a class of compounds known as arynes.
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This approach has good precedent for the generation of reactive compounds through the many methods used for the formation of benzyne compounds.6 Photochemically initiated elimination processes will also be explored.
"Benzyne that comes from Petrol pumps is very, very harmful."
kobiet w skali kraju bylo narazonych na dichromian(VI) potasu, chromian(VI) potasu, benzen, benzyne niespecyfikowana o numerze CAS 86290-81-5, tlenek etylenu oraz akrylamid, przy czym liczba kobiet narazonych na chromiany(VI) i benzen przekraczala 2500 (ryc.
w przypadku narazenia na benzyne niespecyfikowana o numerze CAS 86290-81-5, natomiast w 2012 r.
In EI-MS spectrum molecule 7e showed the molecular ion peak at m/z 323 and chlorinated phenylsulfonyl cation gave peak at m/z 175 while benzyne cation gave signal at m/z 76 after the loss of SO2 and chlorine radical and p- ethylphenyl cation appeared at m/z 105.
Cycloaddition of thiophene S-oxides to allenes and to benzyne. Sixth International Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry (ECSOC-6).
Cycloaddition of thiophene S-oxides to allenes, alkynes and to benzyne, New Journal of Chemistry, 27: 1377-1384.
A 1989 investigation of the Canal identified "benzyne
Even a pinhole leak could cause problems, Cernero said, because one gallon of gasoline can contaminate five million gallons of water with benzyne, a known carcinogen in gasoline.
141 BUCHWALD SL,CHEM REV,vol 0088,page 1047,1988,cites= 35,GROUP-4 METAL-COMPLEXES OF BENZYNES, CYCLOALKYNES, ACYCLIC ALKYNES, AND ALKENES