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react with bromine

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treat with bromine

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4] thyroid hormones with THR and TTR, increasing bromination in adjacent positions on the HO-PBDEs increases THR and TTR binding affinity.
Stroka J, Anklam E, Jorissen U and Gilbert J Immunoaffinity column cleanup with liquid chromatography using post-column bromination for determination of aflatoxins in peanut butter, pistachio paste, fig paste, and paprika powder: collaborative study.
Investment programs include a new bromination plant in Germany and completion of a quick turnaround plant in Fremont, CA.
Bromate has been used for the determination of certain organic compounds, which undergo bromination of the aromatic rings, e.
Bromination of 9-methylacridine with N-bromosuccinimide with benzoyl peroxide as an initiator gave nearly quantative yields of 9-bromomethylacridine.
Appendix F: Industrial Chlorination and Bromination Equipment Cost Estimates.
First, halogenation, especially bromination, increases the potency of PPAR[gamma] binding, which was confirmed by the specific binding activities of halogenated phenols and bisphenols.
This kinetically preferred bromination product isomerizes readily to thermodynamically more stable E, Z-BrMe isomers, with temperatures on the order of 130 [degrees] C promoting rearrangement as well as HBr elimination to conjugated diene (6).
The content of free P was determined after water steam distillation by the bromination method.
Brown's research work in electrophilic bromination, amide hydrolysis mechanisms, catalysis, and model enzyme chemistry has led to 155 research publications, seven book chapters, numerous invited lectures at national and international meetings and scientific awards such as the CNC-IUPAC Award in 1987, the Syntex Award in 1991, McCalla and Killam Professorships at the University of Alberta in 1989 and 1993, the Alfred Bader Award in Organic Chemistry in 2004, a Killam Research Fellowship, the Queen's University Excellence in Research Prize in 2006, and most recently the R.
The same peptides from hagfish have bromination of tryptophan, which makes them poor substrates for degradation (Shinnar et al.
The extent of bromination and the para-methyl-styrene (PMS) co-monomer level have appreciable impact on the ozone resistance, which increases with the increase in the bromination level and PMS content.
Acylation, alkylation, alkyl lithium reactions, amidation, bromination, chlorination, cyclization, decarboxylation, electrochemistry, electrophilic substitution, esterification, fluoride exchange, hydrogenation, nucleophilic substitutions, organometallic reactions, oxidations, palladium catalyzed carbonylation, phase transfer catalysis, photochemistry, reductions, sulfonation, vapor phase catalysis.
This capability, in combination with other technologies, such as Heck chemistry, organometallic chemistry, alkylation/acylation, bromination, halogenation, carbonylation and chiral chemistry, strengthens our commitment to challenging chemistries and complex or difficult manufacturing processes," said Dixie Goins, vice-president of research and development.