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aprotic

adjective Referring to a molecule that neither accepts nor donates protons.
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The solvent dichloromethane is an aprotic solvent with a higher dielectric constant (e) 9.
The copolyester showed good solubility in chlorinated solvents and polar aprotic solvents; this may be attributed to the presence of unsymmetric biscoumarin moiety which leads to reduced rigidity of polymer chains.
DMSO is also used as a negative control, since DMSO is a colorless aprotic polar solvent that can dissolve polar and nonpolar with a very wide range.
Introductory chapters look at the importance and possibilities of ionic liquids, and their inorganic and organic and protic and aprotic physical chemistry.
Pletcher, The partial anodic oxidation of aliphatic hydrocarbons in aprotic solvents, J.
Studies on electrochemical properties and scavenge of superoxide anion in aprotic media by using carbon nanotubes powder microelectrode.
The present work deals with the electrochemical reduction of various carbonyl compounds such as (1) Acetone (2) Acetophenone (3) 4-Choloro benzaldehyde was carried out by using the weak acid (Phenol) in aprotic solvent for the synthesis of the Pinacol.
Bromination of Alkenes and Related Compounds by Use of Benzyltrimethylammonium Tribromide in Aprotic and Protic Solvents".
The prevention of hydrogen embrittlement results from the electroplating process because it is conducted in aprotic, organic solvents in which the aluminum is dissolved as an aluminum-organic complex.
d) aprotic (hydroxyl groups would participate in the silicone-alkyd reactions);