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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At present it is unclear whether 1 is bioactive as it is or shows bioactivity after biological epoxidation at the double bond at C-10.
1-8) Epoxidation of vegetable oil is a viable means of constructing intermediates for synthesis of macromolecules.
The case-study selected for illustrating the use of the software deals with the liquid phase reaction for the epoxidation of limonene with hydrogen peroxide (Barrera et al.
The biolubricant synthesis can be conducted via transesterification, epoxidation and hydrogenation process.
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Epoxidized natural rubber with 50% epoxidation, ENR-50 was supplied by Guthrie Polymer (Malaysia) Sdn.
Tin oxide preparation and characterization and use as a catalyst in the reaction of unsaturated fatty esters epoxidation
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.