aliphatic compound

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Related to aliphatic compound: alicyclic compound, aromatic compound, aliphatic acid
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organic compound that is an alkane or alkene or alkyne or their derivative

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mass 10:1-28:1 C10-28 alkene 140-392 55+69 10:0-28:0 C10-28 alkane 142-394 57+71 Al1 aliphatic compound n.
In the GC/MS analysis result showed produced fuel hydrocarbon compound most of the aliphatic compound such as alkane, alkene or alkyl group compounds.
Aliphatic compounds are alkane, alkene group and aromatic compounds are benzene groups.
They represent different classes of compounds such as alkaloids, diterpenoid lactones, phenolics and their glycosides, sesquiterpenoids, steroids, aliphatic compounds and polysaccharides (for review Singh et al.
For instance, polar fractions high in quinones were much more potent in inducing cell death, whereas aromatic compounds high in PAHs had a more moderate effect, and aliphatic compounds had no apparent effect.
Alcohols, aldehydes and organic acids are common products of the so-called 'beta-oxidation' sequence of long-chain aliphatic compounds.
It is generally agreed that long chain aliphatic compounds are involved in producing water repellency by soil.
Also Bromoklor bromochlorinated aliphatic compounds effective as high-halogen plasticizers.
The synthesis chapters cover many ways of making each type of molecule starting with simple aromatic and aliphatic compounds with one functional group and progressing to molecules with many functional groups.
Considering the results of fractional composition (Table 4) and SRATR FTIR spectroscopy we can conclude that HA isolated from the same soil type under grassland management contained more newly formed aliphatic compounds and less aromatic compound in their molecule.