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aprotic

adjective Referring to a molecule that neither accepts nor donates protons.
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The resulting polyurethanes demonstrated excellent solubility in most of the common aprotic solvents and thus, these could be easily processed into high quality optical thin films.
Selection of the most appropriate aprotic solvent also increased the efficiency of bixin absorption onto kaolinite.
These solvents are among the most important polar protic (methanol) and aprotic (DMSO) solvents used in organic and coordination chemistry.
Aprotic and nonpolar nature of 1,4-dioxane supports the binding of 4-HP2OTP and 2-HP2STP to BSA than DMSO and DMF.
Our B3LYP data therefore confirm the fact that aprotic solvents have good capability of proton solvation [29, 42].
The stock solution of TO contains DMSO, a polar aprotic solvent which may produce an effect similar to that of PEG-200 [56].
Further, alkyl/aralkylation of the parent compound 3 was done utilizing different alkyl/aralkyl halides (4a-e) in DMF as a polar aprotic solvent and LiH as the base to yield the new target compounds (5a-e).
The polymers are formed by oxidation polymerization of monomers such as pyrrole and thiophene from solutions with polyacid, water and an aprotic solvent such as N methylformamide.
Schimke, "Antioxidative activity of ginkgolides against superoxide in an aprotic environment," Chemico-Biological Interactions, vol.
Aprotic medium is comparatively stable during the cathodic reduction, so it would not be affected at large negative potentials [22].
DMSO, a polar and aprotic molecule, is one of the most efficient transdermal delivery agents [69].
However, membranes themselves are nearly always produced using costly, harmful and environmentally unfriendly aprotic solvents such as N-methyl-pyrrolidone (NMP), dimethylformamide (DMF), or dimethylacetamide (DMAC).