ozonolysis


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ozonolysis

[‚ō·zə′näl·ə·səs]
(analytical chemistry)
The use of ozone to locate double bonds.
(organic chemistry)
Oxidation of an organic substance by means of ozone.
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Since singlet oxygen is a precursor of endogenous ozone, some of the biological activities attributed to singlet oxygen might be directly mediated by ozone or ozonolysis products.
Finally, UV radiation creates oxidation by ozonolysis below the surface rather than barely on the outer surface.
Standard, can be azide chemistry, produced in ozonolysis multipurpose plant Chemistry API or regulated Non-regulated step intermediate intermediate SHE standard E.
Molinier, Ozonolysis of lignin--Improvement of in vitro digestibility of poplar sawdust, Biomass Volume 16, Issue 1, Pages 1-17 (1988).
Formation of biologically active oxysterols during ozonolysis of cholesterol present in lung surfactant.
The process, ultimately licensed by Emery, involves ozonolysis of unmodified soybean oil or other natural and renewable oils, a reaction that is challenging and which requires special operating conditions.
An important example described in literature involves the oxidative cleavage of double bonds using ozonolysis reaction.
25) The influence of humidity on ozonolysis of polybutadiene.
Writing, "This study concludes that configuration and ventilation within spa centers can potentially affect the level of indoor air pollutants emitted during massage therapy" the researchers warn: "Indoor air quality in the environments using essential oils and the health effects caused by human exposure to volatile organic compounds and terpenes ozonolysis products, such as [secondary organic aerosols], in the spa centers are an area of concern.
It promotes efficient gas-dependent reactions in flow, such as hydro-genation, ozonolysis, carbonylation and direct synthesis of carboxylic acids.
This study investigated the effectiveness of three AOT methods: sonication, UV photolysis, and ozonolysis.
The research, "Effect of ozonolysis on bioconversion of miscanthus to bioethanol," was co-authored by NCSU's Sharma-Shivappa; doctoral student Anushadevi Panneerselvam; Praveen Kolar, assistant professor of biological and agricultural engineering; Thomas Ranney, professor of horticultural science; and Steve Peretti, associate professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering.