dibenzyl

dibenzyl

[dī′ben·zil]
(organic chemistry)
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Alternatively, two equivalents of methylol can be dehydrated to the corresponding dibenzyl ether, which can undergo rearrangement to an ortho-ortho methine bridged product equivalent to that formed by the reaction of methylol and phenol (Pizzi 1979b).
Topseal Component A: bisphenol-A-diglycidyl ether, bisphenol -F epoxy resin, calcium tungstate, iron oxide, Zr[O.sub.2], silica Component B: adamantine amine, dibenzyl diamines, tricyclodecane-diamine, calcium tungstate, Zr[O.sub.2], silica, silicon oil.
Sivan, "Effects of dibenzyl disulfide on pressboard," IET Chennai 3rd International on Sustainable Energy and Intelligent Systems, Tiruchengode, pp.
Varone et al., "Site specific replacements of a single loop nucleoside with a dibenzyl linker may switch the activity of TBA from anticoagulant to antiproliferative," Nucleic Acids Research, vol.
Wang et al., "Dibenzyl bromophenols with diverse dimerization patterns from the brown alga Leathesia nana," Journal of Natural Products, vol.
Iron(III) acetylacetonate (Fe(acac)3, 99.0 %), platinum(II) acetylacetonate (Pt[(acac) .sub.2],97.0%), cadmium(II) acetylacetonate (Cd[(acac).sub.2], 99.9%), selenium dioxide (Se[O.sub.2], 99%), dibenzyl ether (99.0%), octyl ether (97.0%), oleic acid (90.0%), oleylamine (70.0%), hexane (99.0%), cyclohexane (99.0%), ethanol (99.5%), methanol (99.8%), isopropyl alcohol (99,7%), ammonium hydroxide (30 % in water), tetraethyl orthosilicate (98%), and Igepal CO-520[R] (average [M.sub.n] 441) were purchased from Sigma Aldrich and used without further purifications.
Different parameters were explored in the synthesis of oleic acid coated iron oxide nanoparticles by microwave heating such as the nature of the solvents with different dielectric constant (octadecene, dibenzyl ether, benzyl alcohol, phenyl ether, and dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO)), the Fe concentration, and the heating ramps (2-4[degrees]C/min).
Estrogen agonist/antagonist properties of dibenzyl phthalate (DBzP) based on in vitro and in vivo assays.
We have isolated eight compounds from TLFA, they were all identified as lignans with dibenzyl butyrolactone structure (Xu et al.
Dibenzyl (R)-5-Vinyl-3,4-dihydropyridine-1,2(2H)-dicarboxylate (13a).
Biosynthesis of Dibenzyl Trisulfide (DTS) from somatic embryos and rhizogenous/embryogenic callus derived from Guinea hen weed (Petiveria alliacea L.) leaf explants.