leaving group


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leaving group

[′lēv·iŋ ‚grüp]
(organic chemistry)
The group of charged or uncharged atoms that departs during a substitution or displacement reaction. Also known as nucleofuge.
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Both nations created chances at Soccer City, including two in the first five minutes, but failed to convert them, leaving Group A blank after 180 minutes.
This creates strong adhesion between silicone and the substrate, yet (1) acetic acid can corrode electronics and (2) the leaving group causes mass loss and shrinkage.
Rachel Yankey doubled the tally midway through the second half, leaving group B runners-up Japan looking thoroughly outclassed.
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2 -macroglobulin, wherein said sample is contacted with a substrate comprising a molecule of sufficient size coupled to a signal-substrate, said signal-substrate comprising a detectable leaving group, wherein said substrate is hydrolysed by said proteolytic enzyme but not by said complex.
I think the Michaelis complex for the capping reactions are phosphates sandwiched between calciums, derived from the site for the original leaving group, pyrophosphate.
1]-[alpha] where [pi] is a leaving group or an addition group, [R.
The assay compound includes a leaving group and an indicator group.
But the pains outweighed the gains leaving group profits for the six months to October pounds 4.
Due to large demands on their service, Air Products couldn't respond quickly with respiratory agents, leaving groups of vulnerable people very distressed.
This platinum cure system has no leaving groups, often translating to less than 2% shrinkage, according to the manufacturer.