bromination


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bromination

[brō·mə′nā·shən]
(chemistry)
The process of introducing bromine into a molecule.
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The lower brominated pentaBDE product is primarily used in polyurethane foam for upholstery applications, whereas the mixtures with higher degrees of bromination are used for applications such as housings for electrical appliances.
By analogy to other persistent organic pollutants (POPs), it is likely that relative absorption may decrease at high concentrations; that the higher the degree of bromination, the poorer the absorption; that oral absorption will be similar to pulmonary absorption; and that dermal absorption will be quite limited.
6% 3,3',5-tribromobisphenol A), and 3,3',5-tribromobisphenol A (triBBPA; 100% pure) were synthesized by bromination of bisphenol A using bromine in acetic acid at room temperature.
Regio-specific bromination of 3-methylindoles with NBS and its application to the concise synthesis of optically active unusual tryptophans present in marine cyclic peptides.
2]Br is introduced by the selective free-radical bromination of the methyl group of the pendant methylstyryl group on the copolymer.
Stanley Brown, FCIC, Queen's University: Catalysis Award for his research in electrophilic bromination, amide hydrolysis mechanisms, catalysis and model enzyme chemistry.
Their topics include microwave-assisted separations, metal-catalyzed eletrophilic processes in ionic liquids, the greening of free radical benzylic bromination, and inhibitory effects of green additives on the crystal growth of sparingly soluble salts.
In an attempt to achieve the product selectivity between addition and isomerization, and to better understand the reaction mechanism and stereochemistry, and its role in understanding similar processes in the environment and biological systems, a systematic study on the bromination of DMME using halogenated solvent and reagent was undertaken.
The first step of derivatization is the bromination of the 8,9-double bond to form a high fluorescent product.
Consequently, over the last few years we have been building bromination capacity and working closely with our foreign suppliers to qualify their products for use in the U.
have found that iodination or bromination of dihydroxy aromatic monomers leads to radio-opaque and stable molecules.
Scientists selected and repeatedly tested disinfection by-products in three properly functioning water purification facilities, including one with moderate levels of chlorination, one with moderate levels of bromination, and one with low levels of both.