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Synonyms for alkyne

a colorless flammable gas used chiefly in welding and in organic synthesis

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Furthermore, the catalyst has shown activity with a range of alkynes, which is an indication of its wide applicability for hydroamination reactions.
Transition Metal Catalyzed Cyclization Reactions of Functionalized Alkenes, Alkynes, and Allenes (Nitin T.
The patented technology stems from the discovery that, under proper conditions, copper can quickly and reliably catalyze members of two large chemical groups, azides and alkynes.
Copper-Bis(oxazoline) Catalyzed Synthesis of (beta)s - Enantioselective Reaction of Alkynes with Nitrones (David A.
1] in the spectra of the PHF also demonstrated that the peanut hull contained large amounts of lingo-cellulosic material, as lignin was a complex amorphous polymer which was constructed by alkynes group, carbon-carbon bonds and ether link.
From the generals of structure and bonding and functional groups, stereochemistry,and reactivity to the specifics of alkynes, alkenes, benzenes, carbonyl compounds et al.
Alkynes are known to participate in so-called 'click chemistry' reactions making it simple and easy to add other molecular layers above the first.
Suppliers to these markets with access to additional butadiene-rich C4 feedstocks that have a high share of alkynes may want to consider purchasing an existing butadiene plant that has one of the modern extractive distillation processes that includes an alkyne separation stage, such as the Nippon Zeon GBP.
In this way the 1,2,4-triazines can be reacted with alkynes to form pyridine rings.
1] can be assigned to alkynes carbon triple bond stretching vibration, with possible contribution from C=C=C bond stretching vibration of allenes [13].
According to the editors (both of the National Center for Scientific Research, France), the selective activations of terminal alkynes and propargylic alcohols via vinylidene- and allenylidene-metal intermediates play an important role in recent developments of synthetic methods with useful applications in the synthesis of natural products and molecular materials and have opened new catalytic routs toward anti-Markovnikov additions to terminal alkynes, carbocyclizations, or propargylations.
The BRI system has unique balled media and can also effectively biodegrade various alkynes, alkenes, and many aromatic compounds, according to Boswell.