iodination

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the substitution or addition of iodine atoms in organic compounds

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Technologies at the plant include nitration, hydrogenation, halogenation, phosgenation and oxidation.
The list of successful reactions completed in the new liquids rings familiar to any college organic chemistry student: hydrogenation, nitration, halogenation, Diels-Alder, Friedel-Crafts, and on and on.
The lack of halogenation at position 8 indicates that gatifloxacin, like ciprofloxacin and levofloxacin, may decrease a patient's risk of developing phototoxicity.
178 HOFFMANN P,B S CHIM FR,vol 0129,page 0085,1992,cites= 13,PREPARATION AND CATALYTIC ACTIVITIES OF THE MANGANESE AND IRON DERIVATIVES OF BR8TMP AND CL12TMP, 2 ROBUST PORPHYRIN LIGANDS OBTAINED BY HALOGENATION OF TETRAMESITYLPORPHYRIN
Two of these general reactions are oxidation-reduction (redox) and halogenation.
4], although structurally similar to PCB metabolites, is a larger molecule with a higher degree of halogenation than the PCB metabolites used in this study.
Separate chapters are included on the applications of biocatalysis in material science, catalytic antibodies, and a full array of oxidations, including Baeyer-Villiger, aromatic, oxidation of C-N bonds, oxidation of sulfur and of amino groups, and halogenation.
Hydroxyl groups and benzene rings are useful functional groups located on the walls of wood cells, through which fire-retardant elements can be attached by reactions such as esterification, transesterification, etherification, and halogenation.
Halogenation is a well-known approach to high RJ materials.
Chlorobutyl and bromobutyl rubbers are manufactured similar to butyl rubber, but with an added halogenation step.
In this case the halogenation reaction is followed in the same manner as when treated with bromine water where an aqueous solution of phenol gives an immediate precipitate of 2,4,6-tribromophenol, owing to the powerfully activating influence of the negatively charged oxygen in the phenoxide ion [22] (figure 10).
Brown's research interests centre on electrophilic halogenation, mechanisms of the hydrolysis of amides and esters, effects of structural distortion on the reactivity of amides and the catalysis of alcoholysis of organophosphates by transition metals and lanthanides.
NBS and NCS, as important halogenation reagents, are used entirely as supplementary raw materials in the production of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) or pharmaceutical intermediate.
POPs do not readily undergo degradation by xenobiotic metabolizing enzymes, largely because of their high degrees of halogenation.