isomerization


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isomerization

 [i-som″ĕ-rĭ-za´shun]
the process whereby any isomer is converted into another isomer, usually requiring special conditions of temperature, pressure, or catalysts.

i·som·er·i·za·tion

(ī-som'ĕr-ī-zā'shŭn),
A process in which one isomer is formed from another, as in the action of isomerases.

isomerization

/isom·er·iza·tion/ (i-som″er-ĭ-za´shun) the process whereby any isomer is converted into another isomer, usually requiring special conditions of temperature, pressure, or catalysts.

i·som·er·i·za·tion

(ī-som'ĕr-ī-zā'shŭn)
A process in which one isomer is formed from another, as in the action of isomerases.

isomerization

the process whereby any isomer is converted into another isomer, usually requiring special conditions of temperature, pressure, or catalysts.
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In this connection, isomerization (also known as rearrangement process) is the process in which one isomer is transformed to another isomer having identical composition and molecular weight but different geometrical arrangement of molecules.
Until recently, this kinetic analysis has rarely been used because of the complexity of kinetic models that describe the possibilities of simultaneous binding and isomerization steps for two ligands.
Thermal degradation and Isomerization Kinetics of Triolein studied by Infrared Spectrometry and GC-MS combined with Chemometrics.
5) with isomerization will result in shortening of reaction time and lead to a major saving in terms of equipment cost.
So, the first product correspond to the isomerization of the terminal double bond, the other products are the two stereoisomers of the terminal double bond hydrogenation.
The double bond of the acid undergoes cis-trans isomerization (11), and the double-bond saturation takes place through the Ordelt reaction (12).
We found that the complete blocking of isomerization of the chromophore does not preclude vision in our model organism," said Foster.
The isomerization expansion will allow SouthHampton to convert up to 600,000 gallons per month of Normal Pentaneinto Isopentane.
In the laboratory, the conversion of cis isomer into trans isomer (Pasto et al, 1992) is performed by treating maleic acid with aqueous bromine under uv light, and in industry it is produced by catalytic isomerization with mineral acids (Vogel, 1980).
Finnish oil refining and marketing company Neste Oil Corporation (OMX Helsinki: NES1V) said on Wednesday (4 June) that it has decided to build a new isomerization unit, costing approximately EUR80m, at its Porvoo refinery in Finland.
Other topics include the theory of structural glasses and supercooled liquids, localized surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy, molecular architectonic on metal surfaces, isomerization through conical intersections, and exciton photophysics of carbon nanotubes.
When the plant's isomerization unit--which boosts the level of octane in gasoline--was later restarted, an atmospheric vent stack overfilled with highly flammable hydrocarbon liquid and vapor.