aromatic compound


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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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Aromatic compounds are one of the major organic compounds that pollute soil, water and air and this is mainly attributed to oil and diesel spills (Becerril et al.
a gram positive phenol degrader, which represents a versatile property of aromatic compound degradation.
Substantial difference between mechanism of sulfonation onto aliphatic and aromatic compounds has been observed.
Research has shown a high degree of variability in the toast levels and aromatic compound content of oak barrels.
The research team measured the levels of "typical traffic" pollutants in different parts of the urban area of Murcia, and calculated the quotients for the levels of an aromatic compound (benzene) and a hydrocarbon (n-hexane) at three Murcia petrol stations (near the petrol pumps and surrounding areas) to find the distance at which the service stations stop having an impact.
of an aerogel are dependent on its structure, which can be controlled by the molar ratios of reagents (aromatic compound to formaldehyde, aromatic compound to catalyst and solvent to aromatic compound), the choice of the catalyst and the solvent, gelling conditions and by the way of drying the gel [3-5].
Key statement: This invention relates to a tire having at least one component of a silica reinforced rubber composition comprised of an emulsion polymerization derived terpolymer rubber which contains pendant hydroxyl groups, particularly derived from diene hydrocarbon and vinyl aromatic compound monomers, particularly a hydroxyalkyl methacrylate.
During the new process, the palladium catalyst removes a group of atoms called a triflate attached to the aromatic compound, then replaces it with a fluorine atom taken from a simple salt, such as cesium fluoride.
Quite simply, it is dramatic news that we now have a clear picture of where a particular red wine aromatic compound comes from, and work is continuing to learn more about what triggers the grapevine to deliver this element.
Examples include the cyclopropenyl cation, the simplest aromatic system and the first aromatic compound prepared with other than six electrons in a ring.
Also, it is worth mentioning that it has strong interaction with nitrogen-contained aromatic compound and accordingly has higher hydrodenitogenation (HDN) selectivity than that of alumina catalyst.
2 Violanthrone: An aromatic compound whose molecules consist of nine fused benzene rings
Fully utilizing technology accumulated in the manufacture of heterocyclic aromatic compound derivatives and medical intermediates, Nippon Steel Chemical was quick to commercialize OLED materials that are now moving into the limelight as a next-generation display material.
The literature review shows that study of reactions of ninhydrin is a subject of more interest and some of the useful reactions such as amidoalkylation[5], Knoevenagel condensation [6], oxidation [7,8], reduction [9,10], reaction with enols and aromatic compounds [11], synthesis of heterocyclic compounds [12], Friedel-Crafts type reaction [13-16], Kolbe-Schmitt [17], Passerini [18], Wittig [19] and Morita-Baylis-Hillman [20] have been investigated in this area.
Objective: Aromatic compounds are cheap and readily available, Making them ideal starting materials for the synthesis of chiral alicyclic compounds, Important synthetic building blocks for both natural product synthesis and drug discovery.