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car·bide

(kar'bīd),
A compound of carbon with an element more electropositive than itself, for example, CaC2, calcium carbide.

carbide

a binary compound of carbon. The various compounds range in stability from explosive copper or silver carbides to hard abrasive compounds, such as silicon carbide.
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Reactivity of secondary hydroxyl groups in methyl [beta]-D-xylopyranoside toward a [beta]-O-4 type quinone methide.
Quinone methide intcrmediates formed from lignin during in vitro fermentation of corn stover.
The reactions of a [beta]-O-4-type quinone methide with carboxylic acids in the presence of phenols.
Reactivity of methyl 3-O-([alpha]-L-arabinofuranosyl)-[beta]-D-xylopyranoside and methyl [beta]-D-xylopyranoside towards a [beta]-O-4-quinone methide.
Part 1: The reactivity of [beta]-O-4 quinone methides with phenols and alcohols.
Chapter 5: Self-Immolative Dendrimers Based on Quinone Methides (Doron Shabat and Rotem Erez).
Chapter 6: Ortho-Quinone Methides in Tocopherol Chemistry (Thomas Rosenau and Stefan Bohmdorfer).
Chapter 7: Characterizing Quinone Methides by Spectral Global Fitting and 13C Labeling (Edward B.
Chapter 9: Reversible Alkylation of DNA by Quinone Methides (Steven E.

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