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Synonyms for six-membered

of a chemical compound having a ring with six members


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Peak assignments are as follows: (1) aromatic N in six-membered rings (pyridine-like C=N) at 398.
The effects of pisiferdiol having a unique seven-membered ring on protein phosphatases are more specific than pisiferic acid having a normal six-membered ring, and our data provide the first evidence that pisiferdiol specifically activates PP2C in vitro and in vivo.
It was proved (Straka, 2002) that representative structures of bituminous coals are the clusters with 2-4 aromatic rings and 1-2 OH groups, and side cycles formed mainly from six-membered cyclanes with methyl groups or six-membered heterocyclanes with aliphatic substituents.
They consist of a six-membered aromatic carbon ring with an attached oxygen atom, and this oxygen atom carries a hydrogen atom.
4] tetrahedra sharing corners to form five-membered and six-membered rings, which define large polyhedral cages in the shapes of pentagonal dodecahedra and tetrakaidecahedra.
Cycloalkanes are alkanes that are joined to themselves to form five-and six-membered ring compound Cyclohexane has two hydrogens on every carbon: [FORMULA DATA OMITTED].
The recently synthesized molecule, consisting of three six-membered rings made up of carbon atoms radiating from a central axis (diagram 1), looks like a three-bladed propeller.
Volumes 7, 8 and 9: Dedicated to six-membered rings with one, two, and more than two heteroatoms, respectively, again with the corresponding fused carbocylic compounds.
Four absorption peaks appear was due to intramolecular hydrogen bonds which promoted the formation of the stable six-membered ring structure.
Their result details how a soil bacterium, Streptomyces lasaliensis, is able to convert an epoxide into a six-membered cyclic ether during synthesis of lasalocid, a natural polyether antibiotic.
Interesting candidates include derivatives of tetrazoles, five-membered rings made of four nitrogen and one carbon atom, as well as tetrazines, six-membered rings made of four nitrogen and two carbon atoms.
Six-membered transition states in organic synthesis.
As representative structures of bituminous coals from Upper Silesian Coal Basin are the clusters with mainly 3-4 aromatic rings, 1-2 OH groups and six-membered cyclanes or oxygen-containing heterocyclanes with quaternary carbons and methyls, representative structures in Fig.
This preference extrapolates well to a wide range of other six-membered rings with one notable exception.