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a hydrocarbon containing one or more benzene rings that are characteristic of the benzene series of compounds

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The identified aromatic compounds in the oils produced in the Curie-point pyrolysis experiments are listed in Table 4.
It was found that the bacteria Ralstonia eutropha H16 (Cupriavidus necator), known to be a producing strain for PHA, biosynthesized PHA from the lignin component 4-Hydroxybenzoic acid (4-HBA) and numerous other aromatic compounds.
Polypor Type C doesn't require low-temperature storage, it's also free of aromatic compounds, What differentiates the C material from Polypor Type A or B is finished plastic models are formed completely in white, improving the look and feel and making it a strong option for architectural or other presentation models, says voxeljet.
Lin said in a phone interview that their lab is having a bit of trouble with using coffee grounds in their model -- they contain aromatic compounds that can inhibit the growth of the fungi used in the biorefinery -- but in general the project is going well.
He details the basic aromatic compounds responsible for taste at a molecular level, braking down old culinary assumptions and opening up a new world of taste combinations.
Most studies on the health effects of polycyclic aromatic compounds (PAHs) have considered only the presence of these chemicals in the particle phase, but the contribution of PAHs in the gas phase has largely been ignored.
Notwithstanding the test of time, the researchers discovered malt sugars and aromatic compounds in the pale golden liquid, along with hops that are still used in today's beer.
3]/100 g, 5-80 phr of at least one mineral oil plasticizer that has a content of polycyclic aromatic compounds determined with the DMSO extract according to the IP 346 method of less than 3% by weight relative to the total weight of the mineral oil plasticizer, and 5-30 phr of at least one resin with an average molecular weight determined with GPC of less than 400 g/mol and a softening point (ring and ball according to ASTM E 28) of less than 40[degrees]C.
It consists of six chapters covering heavy analogs of: carbenium, free radicals, carboanions, carbenes, unsaturated hydrocarbons, and aromatic compounds.
It is produced when sugars enter a plant's shikimate pathway, which creates a link between the processing of sugars and the generation of aromatic compounds.
Pseudoallergic reactions are non-allergy-mediated hypersensitivity reactions that may result from ingestion of artificial food additives or from consumption of salicylates, benzoates, histamine, or various aromatic compounds that occur naturally in some fruits, vegetables, spices, or other foods.
Now researchers are identifying aromatic compounds that attract and repel stable flies and have used two compounds found in catnip to develop a control strategy.