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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"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