nitroaromatic

nitroaromatic

[¦nī·trō‚ar·ə′mad·ik]
(organic chemistry)
A nitrated benzene or benzene derivative, such as nitrobenzene, C6H5NO2, or nitrobenzoic acid, NO2·C6H4·COOH.
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Sorption and degradation of four nitroaromatic herbicides in mono and multi-solute satured/unsatured soil batch systems.
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In conjunction, the company's lead drug is a Hypoxia-Activated Prodrug (HAP), designed as a nitroaromatic analogue with highly optimized drug-like properties.
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Nitroaromatic compounds are generally used in many industries for the preparation of dyes, pharmaceuticals, rubber products, explosives, chemical fibres and pesticides, and so forth [1].
2,4-Dinitrophenol (DNP) pertains to nitroaromatic compounds.
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Solar driven production of toxic halogenated and nitroaromatic compounds in natural seawater.
The sensors can detect nitroaromatic compounds - a branch of chemicals that is often used in landmines as well as other explosives.