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an aliphatic compound that contains a ring of atoms

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The alicyclic groups in curing agent b make the cured epoxy resin b have high rigidity, but with bad bending ability and impacting resistance.
The content of aliphatic and alicyclic oil hydrocarbons was reduced from 53,3 [+ or -] 7,46 g/kg to 2,2 [+ or-] 0,39 g/kg on average (Figure 2a).
These may belong to different derivatives of mono- and bicyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, but also to alicyclic compounds.
Through the GC-MC analysis, the most probable high-abundance compounds in the extracts are low molecular alicyclic hydrocarbons, accounting for about 68.
Polyimides-containing alicyclic structures have attracted much attention in recent years, due to their potential applications in opto-electronics and as low dielectric materials (12-16), because of their solubility, negligible birefringence, low refractive index, lack of color, and thermal stability.
In a study of flavourings including aliphatic, alicyclic and aromatic ethers (plus anisole derivatives), EFSA criticised Maximised Survey-derived Daily Intakes (MSDIs) methods, looking at average consumption of a flavouring.
From the data gathered in Table 3 it is clear that the intrinsic gas phase acidity of the hydrogen attached to the tertiary carbon in position 1 is quite similar to that of the hydrogens borne by the secondary and tertiary carbons in a variety of aliphatic and alicyclic hydrocarbons.
Recently, aliphatic and/or alicyclic PIs have been highlighted for their applications in optoelectronics (as substrates for displays) and nanoelectronics (as interinsulating layers), due to their higher transparency and lower relative permittivity, compared to those of aromatic PIs (24-27).
The medium values of activation energy are associated with break-up of the side chains in [beta]-position of aromatics, decomposition of normal alkanes with large molecular weight, Diels-Alder cyclization reaction and the rupture of alicyclic hydrocarbons.