alcoholysis


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al·co·hol·y·sis

(al-kŏ-hol'i-sis),
Splitting of a chemical bond with the addition of the elements of alcohol at the point of splitting.
[alcohol + G. lysis, dissolution]

alcoholysis

/al·co·hol·y·sis/ (al″kah-hol´ĭ-sis) decomposition of a compound due to the incorporation and splitting of alcohol.

al·co·hol·y·sis

(al'kŏ-hol'i-sis)
Splitting of a chemical bond with the addition of the elements of alcohol at the point of splitting.
[alcohol + G. lysis, dissolution]
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It is clear that the kinetics of the alcoholysis is greatly influenced by the stirring intensity of the reactants in the mixture since the process occurs in a heterogeneous system of two immiscible phases [3].
Fisher, LE, Caroon, JM, Stabler, SR, Lundberg, S, Zaidi, S, Sorensen, CM, Sparacino, ML, Muchowski, JM, "Mild Hydrolysis or Alcoholysis of Amides.
The authors also studied the alcoholysis of rapeseed oil methyl ester (biodiesel) [4].
Alcoholysis Reaction of OP agents in solution with light alcohols (methanol, ethanol, and propanol) containing metal ions such as [La.
Hence, Fischer (1960) did not assume alcoholysis which, according to Fisch and Hofmann (1954, 1961), preceded the reaction of the epoxy groups itself.
185] reported high degrees of alcoholysis of triglycerides in a solvent-free system in lipase catalysed ethanolysis and 2-propanolysis.
The synthesis was carded out by alcoholysis of poly(methylhydrogensiloxane) in the presence of a catalyst.
Biomimetic and non-biological dinuclear Mx+-complex catalyzed alcoholysis reactions of phosphoryl transfer reactions (R.
The recycling of plastic waste, apart from reducing the amount of waste, also helps to conserve natural resources as most polymeric materials are made from oil and gas [1, 5], The best-known methods of chemical recycling include: hydrolysis, glycolysis, alcoholysis, acidolysis, and aminolysis [3],
After treatment, the separation of biodiesel was conducted in the same way as for acidic and basic alcoholysis.