epoxidation


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epoxidation

[e‚päk·sə′dā·shən]
(organic chemistry)
Reaction yielding an epoxy compound, such as the conversion of ethylene to ethylene oxide.
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In this article, we fabricated completely new systems made up of GR, GT, and ENR with 25% and 50% of epoxidation.
Epoxidized soybean oil, also known as ESBO, is manufactured through the process of epoxidation with raw materials such as soybean oil, hydrogen peroxide and formic acid/acetic acid.
DDE can further undergo epoxidation and phase 2 metabolism, and DDD can be further oxidized to DDA [2,2-bis(4-chlorophenyl)acetic acid] (Chen et al.
The biolubricant synthesis can be conducted via transesterification, epoxidation and hydrogenation process.
Oxidation, epoxidation and sulfoxidation reactions catalyzed by haloperoxidases.
ENR is produced by epoxidation of the NR by the introduction of an epoxirane ring, which not only reduces the number of double bonds, but also increases the hydrophilicity of NR.
Epoxidation of alkenes with bicarbonate-activated hydrogen peroxide, Journal of American Chemical Society 122: 3220-3221.
In contrast to the established, pure chemical variety, the enzyme lipase here catalyzes peracid, the epoxidation medium.
The epoxidation of metal complexes was carried out by the reaction of Schiff base metal complexes with epichlorohydrin.
Tar includes all of the mutagenic and carcinogenic agents in tobacco smoke, like polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), which in cigarettes is made through the process of epoxidation and which causes the reaction in tobacco that aids the creation of the tar and the carrying of nicotine.
Due to above mentioned reasons, oil epoxidation is used for improving its properties (Wagner et al.
The referees were very supportive of the work and recognised its importance in the field of sulfur-ylide mediated asymmetric epoxidation.