is a chemical process based on the organic matrix depolymerisation by means of a solvent.
Mistry, "Effect of ultrasound on the solvolysis
of 2-chloro-2-methylpropane in aqueous alcoholic solvents," Ultrasonics, vol.
Watanabe, "Characterization of the interunit bonds of lignin oligomers released by acid-catalyzed selective solvolysis
of Cryptomeria japonica and Eucalyptus globulus woods via thioacidolysis and 2D-NMR," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
The increase in cellulose content was indicative of higher resistance to degradation than hemicellulose and lignin in EG solvolysis
because of (1) its highly crystalline structure and (2) the structure of the cell wall, where lignin and hemicellulose shield cellulose.
Historically, quantification has been performed with GC-MS after solvolysis
and hydrolysis of the conjugate groups (2, 8, 11); however, the presence of the 7[alpha]-hydroxyl group in these atypical bile acids generates an allylic structure in the B-ring of the steroid nucleus that is highly labile and readily degrades under acidic conditions and, in the presence of methanol, yields a series of methoxylated derivatives as artifacts (2, 23).
The one-handed helical poly(D2PyMA) exhibited a slightly lower chiral recognition ability than the PTrMA as a CSP for HPLC, but a better resistance against solvolysis
Pandit, "The effect of geminal substitution ring size and rotamer distribution on the intra molecular nucleophilic catalysis of the hydrolysis of monophenyl esters of dibasic acids and the solvolysis
of the intermediate anhydrides," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
In its simplest terms, the titanate function (1) mechanism may be termed proton (H+) reactive via solvolysis
(monoalkoxy) or coordination (neoalkoxy) without the need of water of condensation, while the silane function (1) mechanism may be termed hydroxyl (OH-) reactive via a silanol-siloxane mechanism requiring water of condensation.
Total proanthocyanidin content was determined by measuring at 540 nm the absorbance of the resulting cyanidin chloride, after acid-catalyzed solvolysis
with n-BuOH/HCI 37% (95:5), according to the method described for Crataegus in the European Pharmacopoeia (Fur.
However, only a few examples of homogeneous polar reactions, mostly solvolysis
and hydrolysis reactions, have been kinetically investigated for sonication effects (for a review see refs [5,6]).
REINVESTIGATING THE KINETICS OF SOLVOLYSIS
OF T-BUTYL CHLORIDE IN ETHANOL AND ACETONE.
Cc-cSP was submitted to chemical desulfation by solvolysis
after 4 h (NAGASAWA et al., 1977).