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aromatic compounds

organic compounds that contain a benzene, naphthalene, or analogous ring. Many of these compounds have agreeable odors, which accounts for the use of this term for such compounds.
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Maltenes are composed of saturated and aromatic compounds, as well as non-hydrocarbons which are soluble in n-heptane [35,36].
Benzoate is a central intermediate in the anaerobic biodegradation of a variety of aromatic compounds, including 3-CB and orthochlorinated phenols (Heider and Fuchs 1997) and is produced from the reductive dehalogenation of 3-CB.
Research has shown a high degree of variability in the toast levels and aromatic compound content of oak barrels.
Examination of the GC/MS chromatograms of the pentane-1 and pentane-2 fractions showed that none of those aromatic compounds and others are present.
20th International Symposium on Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds (ISPAC 20), Toronto.
Aromatic compounds such as lactones, eugenol and vanillin that will contribute to the flavor of the wine.
The 28 chapters in the first volume, on chemical kinetics, address such topics as heat stability of vinylchloride polymers subjected to intensive force, theoretical and applied aspects of chemistry of spatio-hindered phenols, reactions of ozone with aromatic compounds, and adhesion of microorganisms on materials surface.
2001, Development of quantitative structure-activity relationships for the toxicity of aromatic compounds to Tetrahymena pyriformis: comparative assessment of the methodologies.
The researchers identified a family of volatile aromatic compounds in the molasses grass that attracts the wasps.
Objective: The development of methods for the transition metal-catalysed functionalization of C-H bonds is revolutionizing synthetic organic chemistry by providing tools to simplify and accelerate the synthesis and modification of a myriad of known and still unknown organic molecules including aromatic compounds.
Aromatic compounds: Fully formed aromatic compounds are scarce in grapes, with most of them requiring fermentation to develop.
IUPAC 11th International Symposium oil Novel Aromatic Compounds (ISNA-11), St.