oxirane


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oxirane

[′äk·sə·rān]
(organic chemistry)
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The FT-IR spectrum of DGEBA exhibited a peak of the oxirane group at 913 [cm.
This is due to oxirane ring moiety in epoxy monomers, most of which transformed into alcoholic functional group by oxiranolysis during polymerization (Fig.
1] suggests asymmetric stretching of the epoxide ring, (40) which can be attributed to the interaction of the amine with epoxide or oxirane group.
Two methods for the chiral resolution of oxirane were tested to determine the optimal strategy.
Epoxy resins are important compounds derived from the reaction of oxirane containing compound epichlorohydrin (ECH) and bisphenol A (in case of phenol epoxy resin).
Degradation of the oxirane ring of epoxidized vegetable oils in liquid-liquid heterogeneous reaction systems.
Silorane is the name given to a class of restorative materials with monomers derived from the combination of siloxane and oxirane.
MENZLER (2002): <<Eupergit Oxirane Acrylic Beads: How to Make Enzymes Fit for Biocatalysis>>, Organic Process Research & Development, vol.
2 ppm, assigned to the CH-OH function, was generated because of the reduction of oxirane groups with reactive hydrogen.
2007) Molecular recognition in 1:1 hydrogen-bonded complexes of oxirane and trans-2,3-dimethyloxirane with ethanol: a rotational spectroscopic and ab initio study.
The most important of these peaks is that of the oxirane ring at 915 [cm.