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Synonyms for five-membered

of a chemical compound having a ring with five members


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00 eV, (3) aromatic N in five-membered rings (pyrole-like C=N) at 399.
13]C peaks are based on earlier works (41-45) on quaternary ammonium salt monomers which undergo cyclopolymerization to afford kinetically favorable five-membered ring structure whose substituents at the C-b can either be in the symmetrical cis (major) or unsymmetrical trans (minor) dispositions (Scheme 2).
We noticed that this clash could be eliminated by employing a five-membered ring base analog, in place of the six-membered F base.
Such a bridge may be catechol, which is a five-membered ring with hydroxyl groups for binding.
a systematic account of its main tenets: the four prarriemas, the sixteen tattvas and the five-membered inference of the Nyaya (pp.
This loss may be achieved through a five-membered ring-like intermediate as shown in Scheme 1.
Organic chemists from many countries look at such topics as fluorinated three-membered ring heterocycles, five-membered nitrogen-containing species, synthesizing fluorinated sugars from fluorine-containing synthons, the synthesis and chemical transformation of six-membered aromatic heterocycles containing perfluoro-alkyl groups, and seven-membered and even larger ring-fluorinated heterocycles.
The basic framework of an N-heterocyclic carbene is a five-membered ring made of two nitrogen and three carbon atoms.
The difference in chemical shifts of the methylene protons before and after reaction was attributed to the geometrical effects of the five-membered ring formed from H-bonding.
Five-membered nitrogen-containing rings, pyrrolidines, are found in a plethora of medicinally useful compounds.
Chemically, furan is a five-membered cyclic compound with one oxygen and four carbons in the ring.
1:00-1:45 -- A New Crosslinking Chemistry Based on a Five-Membered Dithiocarbonate Ring--Toshikazu Murayama, Iwao Hotta, Kyowa Hakko Kogyo Co.
A research team working with Japan's Yuichi Fujimura has designed a motor based on a five-membered carbon ring with two double bonds.
4] tetrahedra sharing corners to form five-membered and six-membered rings, which define large polyhedral cages in the shapes of pentagonal dodecahedra and tetrakaidecahedra.