heteroatom


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heteroatom

[′hed·ə·rō‚ad·əm]
(organic chemistry)
In an organic compound, any atom other than carbon or hydrogen.
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s] from a hydrocarbon plastic or compound containing halogen X = F, Cl, Br, I or heteroatoms P = P, S, Si are
Figure 3 compares plots of DBE versus the carbon number of heteroatom compounds in LSO and SLTCT.
As compounders, we have learned that there are basically two different types of polymer backbone - hydrocarbon and heteroatom.
It has been found that polymers with main chain containing aryl units connected by flexible heteroatom linkages are quite ductile in their amorphous glassy state (15).
A dioxirane can, by transferring one of its oxygen atoms to organic substrates, effect a remarkable array of oxidative processes such as epoxidation, C-H insertion, and heteroatom (N, S, P, I) oxidation.
The book is clearly structured, and divided into two sections -- asymmetric synthesis of heterocycles containing only one nitrogen and that of those with more than one nitrogen as a heteroatom -- such that the necessary information may be found at a glance.
Water molecules and other heteroatom were manually removed out from the protein structures, and 3D hydrogen coordinates were given through protonate 3D module under MMFF94x.
For example, since its discovery in 1965, the renowned Tsuji-Trost reaction has been widely exploited in synthetic organic chemistry for the diastereoselective and enantioselective transfer of allyl groups to various carbon and heteroatom nucleophiles.
The first is on asymmetric synthesis of heterocycles containing only one heteroatom and is organized into chapters according to the size of the ring: azirdine, azetideine, pyrrolidine, piperidine, azepine and larger rings.
Generally the organic compounds having heteroatom O, N, S has higher basicity and thus assists corrosion inhibitor [36].
The Vancouver CIC Local Section and the CSC Division of Inorganic Chemistry each sponsored poster prizes, as did the journals Heteroatom Chemistry (published by Wiley) and Dalton Transactions (RSC).