alkenyl


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al·ke·nyl

(al'ken-il),
The radical of an alkene.

al·ke·nyl

(al'kĕ-nil)
The radical of an alkene.
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R2 is H or an alkyl, alkenyl, cycloalkyl, or aryl group, optionally having 1-3 substituents independently selected from the group consisting of C1-C6alkyl, OH, O--C1-C6alkyl, halogen and CF3.
To our knowledge there is no information about the alkenyl chain composition in marine gastropods although in two freshwater prosobranchs, Misra et al.
In Part I of this book, Levashova (Sterlitamak State Pedagogical Institute, Russia) and Zaikov (biochemical physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia) detail the synthesis and properties of alkenyl aryl esters and N-alkenyl-substituted amines, and in Part II, they describe a process for utilization of methallyl chloride production wastes and synthesis of small-tonnage chemical products from them.
Location of the double bound in the alkenyl side chains.
The characteristic difference between AOSA and ASA is that for AOSA compounds the succinic anhydride groups are always linked to the center of the alkenyl chains.
It is possible that the response deeper in the bilayer, in the actual region of alkenyl chain unsaturation, would have been greater (16).
Blends with fuel oil and alkyl, alkenyl, or phenyl ester of fatty acids have been patented as DF [206].
Each diastereomer was independently reacted with a second alkenyl anion which lead to the isolation of the same polycyclic compound after the cascade reaction took place.
Guy Bernard, MCIC, of Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled 'A Theoretical and Solid-State MNR Investigation of the Alkenyl and Alkynyl Carbon Chemical Shift tensors for Some [n.
Light dependent volume changes and reactions in chloroplasts: Action of alkenyl succinic acid and phenyl mercuric acetate and possible relation to mechanisms of stomatal control.
The Reactions of Alkl, Alkenyl and Aryl Halides: Oxidation Reduction, Substitution, Addition Elimination, and Rearrangement.