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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In conjunction, the company's lead drug is a Hypoxia-Activated Prodrug (HAP), designed as a nitroaromatic analogue with highly optimized drug-like properties.
Ye, Reduction in the Acute Toxicity of Explosive Wastewater Containing Toxic Nitroaromatic Compounds by a Nanoscale Zerovalent Iron Pretreatment Process, Water Air Soil Pollut.
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.
Evaluating the developmental toxicity of trypanocidal nitroaromatic compounds on zebrafish.
In cases iptycene units are used in conjugated polymers, such polymers show high stability and amplified fluorescent character playing a crucial role as a sensor for nitroaromatic explosives at gaseous phase [11], Iptycenes are also utilized to produce low dielectric constant polymeric materials having improved thermal stability and high [T.
May have nitroaromatic structures [as in the case of musk xylene (1-ferf-butyl-3,5-dimethyl-2,4,6- trinitrobenzene) or musk ketone (4-ferf-butyl-2,6-dimethyl-3,5- dinitroacetophenone)] or polycyclic structures [as in the case of 7-acetyl-1,1,3,4,4,6-hexamethyl- 1,2,3,4-tetrahydronaphthalene (AHTN; trade name, tonalide), 1,3,4,6,7,8- hexahydro4,6,6,7,8,8- hexamethylcyclopenta-(g)-2- benzopyran(HHCB; trade name, galaxolide), 4-acetyl-6-ferf-butyl1, 1-dimethylindan (ADBI; trade name, celestolide), dihydropentamethylindanone (DPMI; trade name, cashmeran), or 5-acetyl -1,1,2,3,3,6-examethylindan (AHMI, tradename phantolide)].
Kinetic and structural basis of reactivity of Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate reductase with NADPH, 2-Cyclohexenone, Nitroesters and Nitroaromatic explosives.
The nitroaromatic explosive, 2, 4, 6-trinitrotoluene (TNT), has been extensively used for over 100 years, and this persistent toxic organic compound has resulted in soil contamination and environmental problems at many former explosives and ammunition plants, as well as military areas (Stenuit, Agathos 2010).
The invited papers discuss (green) photocatalytic synthesis employing nitroaromatic compounds, and the photodeposition of metal sulfide quantum dots on titanium (IV) dioxide and its applications.