pyrogallol


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a toxic white lustrous crystalline phenol used to treat certain skin diseases and as a photographic developer

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The adsorption isotherm of pyrogallol on MWNTs was measured as shown in Fig.
Pantothenate was stated to have no quenching effect on superoxide generated by pyrogallol autoxidation until a supraphysiologic concentration of 3.
We consider that the orientations adopted by the substituent and the pyrogallol ring with respect to such bond is likely to determine the geometry of the final product.
Pyrogallol (100 \xM) was used as a positive control, and samples were compared with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST; Gaithershurg, MD, USA) standard reference materials for urban dust (SRM- 1649a; 1 mg/mL) and diesel exhaust PM(SRM-2975;10pg/mL).
Because of its pyrogallol structure, it shows a greater oxidizability and the quinine formed can be stabilized by resonance structures.
We measured M-spikes using Helena SPIFE SPE reagent sets (Helena Labs) in combination with serum total protein determined with Biuret reagent (Siemens) on an Advia 1200 (Siemens) and urine total protein determined with pyrogallol red (Wako) on a Cobas c501 analyzer (Roche Diagnostics).
Identification of reaction products of (-) epigallocatechine, (-) epigallocatechin gallate and pyrogallol with DPPB.
But the FDA warns consumers to steer clear of any temporary tattoos labeled as "black henna" or "premixed henna," as these have been known to contain potentially harmful adulterants including silver nitrate, carmine, pyrogallol, disperse orange dye and chromium.
8), it was noticed that the condensation reaction of formaldehyde with polyphenols, such as pyrogallol (1,3,5 trihydroxybenzene) or resorcinol (1,3 hydroxybenzene) was much faster than with the classical phenol.
05 units Peroxidase : 1[mu] mole of pyrogallol oxidized/minute Table 3: SOD, ascorbic acid and tocopherol contents in grains of vigna mungo.
One portion of plasma coming from lithium/ heparin-coated tubes was treated with pyrogallol 12% (20 [micro] L x [mL.
pyrogallol, catechol, phloroglucinol and femlic acid, are reported to act synergistically with auxin on AR (James & Thurbon, 1981).
SRL) Chemicals (India), cumene hydro peroxide, pyrogallol was from Hi-media Laboratory (Mumbai, India).
The Radoux OakScan process helps to precisely analyze the extractable tannins (or ellagitannins), measuring them in milligram equivalents of pyrogallol divided by grams of dry material, according to Mahler-Besse.