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me·thox·yl

(me-thok'sĭl),
The group, -OCH3.

me·thox·yl

(me-thok'sil)
The group, -OCH3.
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Flavonols with a similar structure but characterized by the presence of a methoxyl group in three different positions (rhamnetin, isorhamnetin, and 3-O-methyl quercetin, with the -OC[H.
According to the mode of action and preferred substrate, pectinases can be briefly classified into two main groups [39]: de-esterification (pectin methyl esterase) which removes methoxyl groups from pectin, and depolymerization (hydrolyses and lyases) which cleaves the bonds between galacturonic acid units.
The release of carboxyl and methoxyl groups from phenolic substrates is ascribed mainly to microbial activity and may lead to C[O.
Lignin differs greatly from cellulose and hemicelluloses, because it is a macromolecular substance of an aromatic nature, whose base is a hydroxyl phenyl propyl unit with a hydroxyl and methoxyl functional group.
1970) The substitution and migration of methoxyl group in the Fischer indolization of ethyl pyruvate 2-methoxy phenylhydrazone.
The silicone resin was adopted as the polymer binder of the nanocomposite coatings because it has both methyl and methoxyl groups connecting to the Si atoms.
We avoided possible exchange of methoxyl groups during the analysis by using acetonitrile instead of methanol as the organic modifier in the mobile phase.
Determination of ester methoxyl content of pectin by saponification and titration.
Pectic acid is a group designation applied to pectic substances mostly composed of galacturonans containing negligible amounts of methoxyl groups.
It is basically an octocrylene molecule that is substituted in the para-position with an electron releasing methoxyl substituent.
alkanes and the addition of a methoxyl group do not prevent a chemical