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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Fisher, LE, Caroon, JM, Stabler, SR, Lundberg, S, Zaidi, S, Sorensen, CM, Sparacino, ML, Muchowski, JM, "Mild Hydrolysis or Alcoholysis of Amides.
Yuji Shimada et al (2002) studied the enzymatic alcoholysis for biodiesel fuel production [10].
Enzymatic alcoholysis of vegetable oil in supercritical carbon dioxide was examined also by Oliveira & Oliveira [192].
70 ppm owing to Si-H groups of the polysiloxane is significant information regarding the determination of the conversion of alcoholysis.
Biomimetic and non-biological dinuclear Mx+-complex catalyzed alcoholysis reactions of phosphoryl transfer reactions (R.
Early mechanistic studies on urethane formation suggest that the alcoholysis reaction occurs either via a concerted mechanism or stepwise mechanism.
In addition to hydrolyzing long-chain triacylglycerols, they can catalyze esterification, transesterification, acidolysis, alcoholysis, and aminolysis reactions.
Brown's research interests centre on electrophilic halogenation, mechanisms of the hydrolysis of amides and esters, effects of structural distortion on the reactivity of amides and the catalysis of alcoholysis of organophosphates by transition metals and lanthanides.
Transesterification or alcoholysis is the displacement of alcohol from an ester by another in a process similar to hydrolysis, except than alcohol is used instead of water.
Alcoholysis of vegetable oils with SAA polyols at 250[degrees]C for one hour in the presence of a tin catalyst yields low viscosity, air-drying polyols (Figure 5).
The well-defined PVA was prepared by CTA-mediated RAFT polymerization of VAc [20] and subsequent alcoholysis.