substituent

(redirected from Substituent group)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.

substituent

 [sub-stich´u-ent]
1. a substitute; especially an atom, radical, or group substituted for another in a compound.
2. of or pertaining to such an atom, radical, or group.

sub·stit·u·ent

(sŭb-sti'chū-ĕnt),
A functional group that has replaced another moiety and molecular entity.

substituent

/sub·stit·u·ent/ (-stich´u-ent)
1. a substitute; especially an atom, radical, or group substituted for another in a compound.
2. of or pertaining to such an atom, radical, or group.

substituent

1. a substitute; especially an atom, radical, or group substituted for another in a compound.
2. of or pertaining to such an atom, radical or group.

Patient discussion about substituent

Q. the substitue ointment for lasonil

A. the active material in it is heparinoid, and if i'm not mistaken there are 2 other creams that uses it. just ask the pharmacist, he is the most qualified to help you.

More discussions about substituent
References in periodicals archive ?
For the structure of the resulting SR-FVI, the silicon oxide framework component can also be formed besides pendent fluorine substituent groups and vinyl groups.
Beyond alteration of substituent groups on the polymer chain, fillers are common additions to silicone formulations for the properties they impart, such as conductivity and radio opacity.
and methylene protons, respectively: and [DELTA][zeta] is the protonational chemical shift increase of the substituent groups.
HM-2 (l-hydroxy-2, 3, 4, 7-tetramethoxy-xanthone) and HM-3 (l-hydroxy-2, 3, 4, 5-tetramethoxy-xanthone) have five substituent groups on the xanthone structure while HM-4 (1, 7-dihydroxy-2, 3, 4, 5-tetra-methoxy-xanthone) contains six substituent groups.
Usually these compounds will have a general structure in common, differing only in substituent groups.
These compounds are characterized by the presence of different substituent groups in 5 position which might modulate their hormone-like activity.
Q--class is for silicone polymers and shall be preceded by substituent groups attached to the polymer chain;
n] should be identical, as the substituent groups should have a minimal effect on the bond's reactivity, although for different peroxides this assumption may not be appropriate and was not applied, accordingly.
This indicates that the introduction of the substituent groups into the side group on the polymer can improve the mobility of the polymer chain.
The hydroxyl groups of cellulose effectively govern the dispersive component of the surface energy [Mathematical Expression Omitted] if their contributing value is higher by an order of magnitude than the backbone surface energy or the contribution of the various substituent groups.