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addition reaction

A reaction in organic chemistry in which a single chemical is formed from two or more monomers or substances.
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Based on the proposed mechanisms involved in the Michael addition reaction of the -C=C- group of BMI with the active hydrogen atom of the >[CH.
Therefore, we showed the diastereoselective synthesis of S,S-2-methylsulfanyl-2-methylsulfinyl-1indanol (7) by reduction reaction using 2-methylsulfanyl-2-methylsulfinyl-1-indanone (9) optically enriched demonstrating the high efficiency of the sulfoxide group on the control of asymmetric induction in the carbonyl addition reaction.
2] as a catalyst without adding any bromoform, only isomerized product was formed with no addition reaction taking place in all three methods.
The Type I coagent is a very reactive monomer, favoring addition reactions leading to homopolymerization and subsequent grafting to polymer chains, through either direct addition reactions (unsaturated polymers) or through abstraction/coupling reactions with saturated or unsaturated polymer chains.
Mather, BD, Viswanathan, K, Miller, KM, Long, TE, "Michael Addition Reactions in Macromolecular Design for Emerging Technologies.
The membrane-forming process and the cross-linking reactions consisted of the addition reaction between the silicon-hydrogen bond and the vinyl group can carry out together at room temperature.
This was already observed in the results section and it was explained by the decrease in residual unsaturation upon increasing the peroxide level, due to enhanced addition reactions, and the subsequent decreased susceptibility for further crosslinking during aging.
Alkenes in general are known to undergo addition reactions at lower temperatures and allylic substitution at higher temperatures.
13]C NMR and 13C NMR characterization of the linear polymer prepared by the polymerization of the model compound N-phenylmaleimide with BTA further supported the coexistence of the Michael addition reaction and free radical polymerization mechanisms.
His textbook looks at acid, bases, and nucleophiles; and substitution, elimination, and addition reactions.
Alkenes are known to undergo addition reactions at lower temperatures and/or isomerization at higher temperatures.
Of course, the desired reaction pathway for a polymer radical (Po) is crosslink formation either through coupling with another polymer radical or addition reactions through in-chain or pendant double bonds (unsaturated elastomers).