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Synonyms for carbonyl

a compound containing metal combined with carbon monoxide

relating to or containing the carbonyl group

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After reaction with the carbonyl compounds, hydrazine and hydrazide form a hydrazone linkage while hydroxylamine forms an oxime linkage (Figure 21).
max] 367 and 558 nm, that is a significant evidences for forming an [alpha], [beta]-unsaturated carbonyl compounds Scheme 1.
Table 3 lists the emission rates of carbonyl compounds identified in the mosquito coil smoke.
A mixture of 1-aminoanthraquinone (1 mmol), carbonyl compounds (1 mmol) and [H.
Dr Dave Kinnson, a chemistry safety adviser from the University of Southampton, explained: "It's used to test carbonyl compounds and in the school labs it is often used as part of the A-level programmes.
Application of the Swern oxidation to the manipulation of highly reactive carbonyl compounds, Journal of organic chemistry, 50(12): 2198-2200.
A class of carbonyl compounds is called [alpha],[beta]-unsaturated carbonyls, also referred to as electrophilic carbonyls.
01) was recorded for the content of phenols, carbonyl compounds, cyanides, dissolved oxygen, biological oxygen demand, total soluble salts, total dissolved salts, nitrates and sulphates, whereas, the concentration of magnesium, potassium and oil and grease differed significantly (pless than 0.
MGO and glyoxal (GO) are reactive carbonyl compounds that are by-products of auto-oxidation of glucose, lipid peroxidation and protein glycation, a process where protein and glucose interact, interfering with the function of protein in the body.
This reaction takes place between carbonyl compounds and active methylene compounds for the production of carbon-carbon bond, and it is considered as one of the most important methods to produce functionalized alkenes.
2006) demonstrated that volatile 3MH and 4MMP could be formed from other carbonyl compounds during fermentation.
The final section explores the oxidation of alcohols and amines to carbonyl compounds and imines catalyzed by well-defined transition metal complexes bearing bidentate and miscellaneous chelating ligands, recent progress in reducing polar carbon-heteroatom unsaturated bonds, and carbon-carbon bond-forming reactions via hydrogen transfer.
Carbonyl compounds in electronic cigarette vapors--effects of nicotine solvent and battery output voltage.