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treat (a chemical compound) with carboxyl or carboxylic acid

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Indicated by m/z 155 and the absence of m/z 97 and m/z 125 fragment ions, the carboxylation occurs at 1 of the 4 methyl groups, which are stereoisomerically identical.
8 (4) 439-447, 2011 strength of the extent of carboxylation on the latex particle surface changes the way the latex particles consolidate with themselves and with the particles in the paint formulation.
Wild-type IDH1/2 isozymes catalyze the oxidative carboxylation of isocitrate to [alpha]-ketoglutarate and reduce [NADP.
carboxylation (COOH YTX), hydroxylation (45-OH YTX, 44,55-di OH YTX), addition of amides (e.
Interestingly, in vivo studies also demonstrated the simultaneous activities of carboxylation and decarboxylation reactions (Marx, et al.
Vitamin K2 acts as a cofactor for carboxylase by catalysing the carboxylation of glutamate residues in certain proteins to form gammaglutamate residues (Glaresidues).
Vitamin K works as a cofactor in the carboxylation of several proteins that are involved in bone and cartilage formation and maintenance.
coli as a substrate for carboxylation reactions (6).
1999) demonstrated that needle levels of phosphorus were associated with improved efficiency of carboxylation by Rubisco and improved photochemical efficiency of PSII in pine seedlings of Pinus pinaster Ait.
C] in the textile fibers due to induced carboxylation have raised more questions than provided answers.
To make the play more interesting, I borrowed a couple of simple costumes, such as a wedding veil and a minister's collar, from the theatre department; these costumes are used by the characters involved in the carboxylation step, as described below.
Acetyl-CoA, formed as a result of fatty acids oxidation, enters the tricarboxylic acid cycle and is dependent on sufficient oxaloacetate formed by carboxylation of pyruvate (the product of glycolysis).
Chapter topics include alkylation and allylation adjacent to a carbonyl group, asymmetric alkylation or aminatin of allylic esters, Suzuki, Beck and Sonogashira coupling reactions, cross-coupling reactions, regioselective or asymmetric 1,2-addition to aldehydes, olefin metathesis reactions, cyclization reactions, asymmetric aldol and Michael reactions, and steroeselective hydroformylation, carbonylation and carboxylation reactions.
Carboxylation of NBR with acrylic or methacrylic acid provides additional sites for crosslinks.