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Synonyms for alkene

any unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbon

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At higher temperatures, plenty of alkyls depart from kerogen, and the amount of alkenes increases.
1] of OC) was also enriched in pyrogenic SOM with a high contribution of BN markers, and in an aliphatic component with particularly high contributions of branched alkenes from an aliphatic SOM fraction, possibly in part pyrogenic.
3] is not effective at removing VOCs except alkenes, a reaction of [O.
AR] C OC-O, N C O-C-0 in alkenes bound by simple ring carbon and aromatics bonds to O, N, of carbo- acetals in cyclic hydrates polysaccharides 0-25 8.
For example, Table 1 shows that when [sigma] and [omega] values were calculated for a series of type-2 alkenes, the corresponding values were only qualitatively related to the second-order rate constants ([k.
In scientists' view, a group of chemicals called type-2 alkenes, which are widespread in both the environment and the brains of Alzheimer's patients, act as major drivers of the disease.
This standard states that the GC system requirement for analysis of higher hydrocarbons includes that it: be capable of measuring alkenes up to and including dodecane, be capable of measuring individual alkenes at a concentration of 0.
With very minimal processing, we can produce a pure stream of jet-fuel-range alkenes and a fairly pure stream of carbon dioxide.
He introduces the basic concepts of light and matter to begin, then explains light adsorption and electronically-excited states, the physical deactivation of excited states, radiative processes of excited states, intramolecular radiationless transitions of excited states, intermolecular physical processes of excited states, some aspects of the chemical properties of excited states, the photochemistry of alkenes and carbonyl compounds, some aspects of photochemical reaction mechanisms, semiconductor photochemistry, and an introduction to supramolecular photochemistry.
2001, "Electrophilic Binuclear Methylpalladium(II) Complexes: Copolymerisation of Alkenes and Carbon Monoxide," Organometallics, 20, pp 3459-3465.
Glutathione-dependent biotransformation of vicinal-dihaloalkanes to alkenes and its stereochemistry have been reported earlier (Livesey et al.
His lecture focused on carbocoupling through organo-zinc, -aluminum and --zirconium reagents (Negishi coupling) with a particular focus on recent advances in the Pd-catalysed synthesis of alkenes, dienes, enynes, diynes and their oligomers.
The solvent activities correlated with the alkene to alkane ratios, with more alkenes observed from the more active catalysts.
These include the "green-leaf" 6-carbon aldehydes, alcohols and derivatives as well as alkanes, alkenes, alcohols, ketones, aldehydes, ethers, esters, and carboxylic acids just to name a few.
Titled "Intramolecular Huisgen-Type Cyclization of Platinum-Bound Pyrylium Ions with Alkenes and Subsequent Insertion into a Benzylic C-H Bond," the article describes a novel method for the synthesis of polycyclic substances with "a central seven-membered carbocycle," including the 40 millionth substance.