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al·lyl

(al'il),
The monovalent radical, CH2=CHCH2-.

allyl

/al·lyl/ (al´il) a univalent radical, —CH2dbondCHCH2.

allyl

(al′ĭl) [L. allium, garlic + -yl]
C3H5; a univalent unsaturated radical found in garlic and mustard.
allylic (ă-lil′ik), adjective

allyl

a univalent organic group previously used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals.

allyl alcohol
a potent cause of hepatic necrosis. Metabolized in the liver by alcohol dehydrogenase to acrolein, the hepatoxin.
allyl formate
has the same effect as allyl alcohol.
allyl isothiocyanate
used as a counterirritant and in the manufacture of war gases. Called also volatile oil of mustard. Occurs naturally in members of the plant family Cruciferae which cause acute indigestion in cattle.
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It may be assumed that the oxidation occurs via an intermediate enolate giving rise to an allylic structure.
159 SPRINZ J,TETRAHEDR L,vol 0035,page 1523,1994,cites= 35,CATALYSIS OF ALLYLIC SUBSTITUTIONS BY PD COMPLEXES OF OXAZOLINES CONTAINING AN ADDITIONAL P, S, OR SE CENTER - X-RAY CRYSTAL-STRUCTURES AND SOLUTION STRUCTURES OF CHIRAL PI-ALLYL PALLADIUM COMPLEXES OF PHOSPHINOARYLOXAZOLINES
Chemical interpretation of the crosslinking mechanism indicated that mainly the allylic EVA radical undergoes self-recombination along with a minor amount of PPE radicals grafted on EVA.
The Zn-accelerator complex interact with sulfur or sulfur donors to form the very active sulfurating agent, which reacts with allylic sites of rubber chains to form increased number of crosslink precursors (24).
The development of super tackifiers offers the compounder a potential avenue for also achieving reinforcement via a possible controlled curing system due to the presence of vinyl structures comprising allylic hydrogen.
66 (bs, 3 H, allylic protons and AA main chain); d 2.
Chapter topics include alkylation and allylation adjacent to a carbonyl group, asymmetric alkylation or aminatin of allylic esters, Suzuki, Beck and Sonogashira coupling reactions, cross-coupling reactions, regioselective or asymmetric 1,2-addition to aldehydes, olefin metathesis reactions, cyclization reactions, asymmetric aldol and Michael reactions, and steroeselective hydroformylation, carbonylation and carboxylation reactions.
The reactions of allylic boronates such as 12 with aldehydes proceed in a stereocontrolled fashion to set two new stereocentres remote from the initial one, with high levels of selectivity.
You have just added foods rich in phytochemicals like lignans, lycopene, allylic sulphides and antioxidants like Vitamins C and E, all known to reduce risk of cancers.
Lyondell Chemical is developing a line of acrylic polyols with superior crosslinking ability and low VOCs for polyurethane coatings, based on allylic alcohols instead of hydroxyfunctional acrylates.
Living cells are constantly exposed to reactive oxygen species, some of which are capable of initiating lipid peroxidation by abstraction of an allylic proton from a polyunsaturated fatty acid.
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