diphenol

diphenol

[dī′fē‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
A compound that has two phenol groups, for example, resorcinol.
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PC 1035 was combined with a combination of three alcohols, neo-pentyl glycol (R2490), 4,4'-(hexafluoroisopropylidene) diphenol (HFPD), and 2,2,3,3,4,4,5,5-octafluoropentanol (OFP).
The scaffolds may include curcumin, a naturally occurring diphenol with proven anticancer properties, as part of their backbone structure.
Given its structure, polydopamine-o-phenol diphenol can chelate calcium ions, adsorb phosphate ions, and activate nanoapatite crystal nucleation as a template for nanoapatite synthesis.
The HTF selected for the transport of thermal energy was thermal oil, a eutectic mixture of biphenol and diphenol oxide, the trade name of which is Therminol[R] VP-1 [18].
Bisphenol A (BPA, 4,4'-isopropylidine diphenol) is an estrogenic endocrine disrupting chemical.
The company envisages that the new plant will help the company become a major supplier of Diphenol and Catecholand Vanillin as well as its derivative and down-stream products.
Lag time is defined required to reach the steady state rate with respect to the diphenol concentration [8, 37].
Tudela, "Tyrosinase kinetics: discrimination between two models to explain the oxidation mechanism of monophenol and diphenol substrates," The International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology, vol.
The switch between diphenol (or hydroquinone) and diketone (quinone) occurs easily through redox reactions [43].
The switch between diphenol (or hydroquinone) and diketone (or quinone) occurs easily through oxidation and reduction reactions.
Janis Robins, it involved a new, highly reactive phenolic resin and polymeric methylene diphenol isocyanate (MDI) coated on the sand and gassed with triethylamine (TEA).
This inhibition may be induced either by reduction of o-quinone to diphenol or by decrease in O2 consumption for the reaction [43,44].