allyl


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Related to allyl: allyl radical, allyl cation, Allyl amine
  • noun

Synonyms for allyl

the univalent unsaturated organic radical C3H5

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ATV-Dimethylacetamide (DMAc, [greater than or equal to] 99%) and allyl bromide ([greater than or equal to] 98%) were purchased from Sinopharm Chemical Reagent Co.
One study showed that allyl isothiocynats treatment at first causes the increase and then the decrease of enzyme activity of ascorbatperoxidase in blueberries [33].
In May, SDK completed the expansion of its allyl alcohol production capacity at Oita Petrochemical Complex, raising the capacity from 56,000 tons a year to 70,000 tons a year.
Other allyl derivatives, including diallyldisulfide, allylmethyldisulfide, and allylmercaptan (DADS, AMDS, and AM, respectively), decreased tumor formation in the forestomach and lung, but the related saturated propyl derivatives propylmethyldisulfide, propylmethyltrisulfide, dipropylsulfide, and dipropyltrisulfide (PMDS, PMTS, DPS, and DPTS, respectively) did not (58,59).
NMR Studies of Free-Radical Polymerization and Copolymerization of Monomers and Polymers Containing Allyl Groups," Eur.
The antimicrobial activity of allyl isothiocyanate (AIT) from mustard oil, AIT liberated from 5% to 10% (w/w) non-deheated (NDH) hot mustard flour, and AIT following microencapsulation was examined against a 3- to 6-log cfu per g, 5-strain cocktail of E.
9) Thiol-ene systems are combinations of multifunctional thiols and enes wherein the ene structures include vinyl ethers, allyl ethers, acrylates, and vinyl siloxanes.
The formulation contains a fixing film-forming polymer that is a branched block copolymer consisting of n-butyl acrylate, acrylic acid, methacrylic acid and allyl methacrylate; a thickening agent that is a cross-linked or non-cross-linked homopolymer or copolymer based on acrylic acid or methacrylic acid or acrylic and methacrylic acid; and a co-thickening agent that is a non-cellulosic thickening polymer different from the previous thickening agent, wherein the fixing film-forming polymer has at least two glass transition temperatures.
Allyl sulfide (A35801), allyl disulfide (A317691), and ketoconazole (K1003) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich Korea, LTD.
The polyolefin elastomer is a polymer obtained in which an allyl group is present at both terminals polyisobutylene, and volatile components, including residual solvent and an unreacted residual material, contained in the polyolefin elastomer are removed by distillation or reduced-pressure aspiration during or before producing the thermally conductive sheet.
Depending on the metal used, they show different chemoselectivity in mediating the coupling between allyl halides and carbonyl compounds: In and Sn allylate both aldehydes and ketones; Bi allylates aldehydes and selected ketones; Sb allyates only aldehydes and Mn only aryl aldehydes.
SR533 is a TAIC (tri allyl isocyanurate) specialty coagent, a tri-functional monomer said to help compounders ensure the superior physical and aesthetic properties of finished rubber goods by maintaining a high degree of scorch safety during formulation, allowing for increased processing times, according to the company.
Allyl alcohol, also a large-scale industrial chemical, causes a different form of liver toxicity: acute hepatic periportal (zone 1) necrosis.
She finished in seventh place but she is better judged on her debut victory at York when she was successful where the ill-fated Bint Allyl failed 12 months ago.
Animal studies show that one compound, allyl disulphide, prevents certain cancers.