enol


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enol

[′ē‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
An organic compound with a hydroxide group adjacent to a double bond; varies with a ketone form in the effect known as enol-keto tautomerism; an example is the compound CH3COH=CHCO2C2H5.
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Isolation and identification of acetylenic spiroketal enol ethers from Artemisia lactiflora as inhibitors of superoxide generation induced by a tumor promoter in differentiated HL-60 cells.
2+] ions because of the interaction of the enol form with the cations, so that at a concentration of 23.
Our results indicate that in the gas phase all monosubstituted species studied exist in the phosphoryl form and the enol forms should not be detectable.
Samples of DC561 and ENOL C transformer fluids were tested by the itt route of administration, and results of these investigations are presented in Figure 4.
Equation 3 shows the tautomerization of the ketone to the enol form.
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Sandia noted that, the enols were discovered when the team was looking for signatures of different isomers in flames.
The HPLC condition which was used in determination of poly phenols compounds was employed for 5 Determination of tocopherols and tocothree enols but with the different isocratic mobile phase: water, acetonitrile and methanol (47:47:4, v/v/v).
Part I The Reactions of Alcohols, Enols and Phenols: Oxidation Reduction, Substitution, Addition Elimination, and Rearrangement.
Floris, The Chemistry of Enols, John Wiley and Sons, New York (1990).