monocyclic


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monocyclic

(mŏn′ə-sĭk′lĭk, -sī′klĭk)
adj.
1. Having a single cycle, as of activity or development.
2. Biology Having a single whorl, as certain flowers and the shells of certain invertebrates.
3. Chemistry Having a molecular structure with only one ring.
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The sensitive and resistance rates to 2nd and 3rd generation cephalosporins and monocyclic lactams were close, but resistance rate to cefoxitin was very low.
Monocyclic Naphthene Derivatives Ferheen and co-workers in 2005 isolated cyclohexanedocosanol (84) and cyclohexan- etetracosanol (85) from methanolic extract of H.
Also included is a general paper on the toxicology of monocyclic aromatic amino and nitro compounds.
Semicoking Water conversion High polar compounds 58-77 64-71 (oxygeneous, other hetero- atomics, and asphalthenes) Neutral oxygen compounds 9-36 13-17 Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons 3-6 8 Monocyclic aromatic hydrocarbons 1-4 3 Non-aromatic hydrocarbons 2-9 4-8 TLC fraction separated Yield, wt.
Little is known of the facies occurrence of early monocyclic tree ferns similar to those of the Joggins Formation.
max], although its preferred substrates are reported to he catecholamines and other monocyclic phenols containing hydrogen bond donors (Dajani et al.
Moreover, transannular amide-amide reactions have been observed to give monocyclic products (Glover & Rapaport 1964; Glover et al.
Overdose with an antidepressant drug including tricycic, tetracyclic, bicyclic, and monocyclic antidepressants as well as MAOs and SSRIs is the most commonly encountered cause of drug poisoning.
For instance, a single aspect will let you search for all aromatic compounds, whether monocyclic or fused-ring.
Instead, they observed that a few carbon atoms will link up linearly and that 10 carbons form monocyclic rings, 20 or more carbons form bicyclic rings, and 30 or more carbons form tricyclic rings.