allyl alcohol

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Synonyms for allyl alcohol

an unsaturated primary alcohol present in wood spirit

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However, the allyl chloride existed together with amines in the reaction system, which would be hydrolyzed to generate allyl alcohol when OH- was added.
Thus, a highly enantioselective ([greater than or equal to] 99% ee) and efficient synthesis of (R)- and (S)-arundic acids was achieved in 25% and 28% over five steps, respectively, from allyl alcohol. (93)
30 days after the second retrorsine injection, animals received 10 repeated injections of allyl alcohol every third day, each of 0.31 mmol/kg body weight.
Allyl alcohol and garlic (Allium sativum) extract produce oxidative stress in Candida albicans.
Per-fluorooctyl iodide (or perfluorodecyl iodide) was converted into 1 through addition reaction with allyl alcohol. Compound 1 was readily oxidized in air, so it was prepared and immediately used without further purification.
SDK is expanding its competitive allyl-alcohol-related business, fully utilizing its proprietary catalyst/process technologies whereby allyl alcohol is synthesized directly from propylene and acetic acid.
It is is prepared by a process that includes reacting an oligomeric or polymeric polyisocyanate with a member selected from the group consisting of glycidol, allyl amine and allyl alcohol.
Allyl alcohol, also a large-scale industrial chemical, causes a different form of liver toxicity: acute hepatic periportal (zone 1) necrosis.
Key derivative produced at the plant will include allyl alcohol and MPDiol glycol.
In similar tests, rats received toxicantsacetaminophen, allyl alcohol, and a poison produced by E.
Effect of age and sex on allyl alcohol hepatotoxicity in rats: role of liver alcohol and aldehyde dehydrogenase activities.
- Expansion of allyl alcohol production capacity at Oita
Dan Pourreau (Lyondell Chemical Company) and Scott Smyth (Resin Chemists LLC) describe high-solids alkyds resins based on styrene allyl alcohol (SAA) resinous polyols.