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Synonyms for acetylene

a colorless flammable gas used chiefly in welding and in organic synthesis

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Besides, the new synthetic strategy opens a way to AB-type click polymers such as polyesters, polyamides, and related polymers via click SGP using only two compounds, bromoacetyl bromide and functionalized acetylenic derivatives, according to a general scheme shown for propargyl derivatives in Figure 3.
[9] developed a molecular mechanics model to study the structure-dependent elastic properties of [beta]-graphyne and found that with the increasing length of acetylenic chains, the in-plane stiffness, in-plane shear stiffness, and layer modulus significantly decreased, whereas the Poisson's ratio slightly increased.
A variety of organic compounds can act as CIs during the acidization, including acetylenic alcohols, aromatic aldehydes, amines, nitrogen-containing heterocycles, and quinoline derivatives [7].
The first candidate on the list from MS-Finder, phomallenic acid A (UNPD), had a skeleton of acetylenic fatty acids widely occurring in plants and presenting antiherbivory or insecticidal activity [40].
The peak located at 2255 cm-1 represents the acetylenic stretch (Fig.
Inhibition of alcohol dehydrogenase activity by acetylenic and allylic alcohols: concordance with in vivo electrophilic reactivity in fish.
To date, scientists have only investigated 14 Gochnatia species and isolated 144 compounds from them, comprising 53 sesquiterpene lactones, 10 dimeric lactones, 13 sesquiterpenes, 13 diterpenes, 21 triterpenoids, 20 flavonoids, 7 coumarins, 3 phenolic compounds, 1 acetylenic compound, 1 terpenoid, 1 lignin, and 1 amino acid (4).
It is known that many of the so-called 'unusual' fatty acids, such as short-chain, cyclopropanoid or acetylenic fatty acids have antifungal activity (Carballeira, 2008).
This volume outlines a methodology of regioselective synthesis of aromatic and nonaromatic carbocyclic and heterocyclic ring systems based mainly on [2+2+2] and [4+2] cycloaddition, and other reactions of acetylenic units, including enediynes and enyne-allenes.
Some of the unregulated chemicals include acetic acid, butanol, ethoxylated nonylphenol, ethanol (acetylenic alcohol), glutaraldehyde, tetramethylammonium chloride, and ethoxylated nonylphenol.