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hydroxide

 [hi-drok´sīd]
the OH anion or a compound containing the OH ion.

hy·drox·ide

(hī-drok'sīd),
1. A compound containing a potentially ionizable hydroxyl group; particularly a compound that liberates OH- upon dissolving in water.
2. The hydroxide anion, OH-.

hydroxide

/hy·drox·ide/ (hi-drok´sīd) any compound containing a hydroxyl group.

hydroxide (OH-)

[hīdrok′sīd]
an ion.

hy·drox·ide

(hī-drok'sīd)
A compound containing a potentially ionizable hydroxyl group; particularly a compound that liberates OH- on dissolving in water.

hy·drox·ide

(hī-drok'sīd)
A compound containing a potentially ionizable hydroxyl group.

hydroxide (hīdrok´sīd´),

n an ionic compound that contains the OH2 ion, usually consisting of metals or the metal equivalent of the ammonium cation (NH42) that inactivates an acid.

hydroxide

the OH anion or a compound containing the OH ion.
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2' and 3 of [beta]-cyclodextrin molecules compared to the hydroxyl groups in [alpha] and [gamma] cyclodextrins.
Weak inhibitions of these compounds may be because of variation in the position of hydroxyl group.
When the content of the hydroxyl groups reaches a certain point, as discussed above, the hydrophilic chains may be buried inside particles, resulting in little additional influence on the water contact angle.
Flavonoids with more phenolic hydroxyl groups show relative higher antiradical activity: The spatial arrangement of substituents is probably a greater determinant of antiradical activity than the flavan backbone alone both the configuration and total number of hydroxyl groups substantially influence several mechanisms of antiradical activity of flavonoids (Sekher Pannala et al.
They claimed that the hydroxyl group acts as the catalyst for polymerization of B-z[(OH).
This is the hydroxyl group of ring A located at C5 position, which can interact with the acceptor carbonyl group of ring B at C4 position.
All of these HAQs have a same hydroxyanthraquinone nucleus composed of two ketone groups at C9 and C10, two hydroxyl groups at C1 and C8, while the different groups are substituted at C3 and C6 of phenyl ring (Fig.
According to the reference method, the number of surface hydroxyl groups of the amorphous silica is 4-6 /[nm.
Examples of specific topics include the concentration of hydroxyl groups on glass surfaces and their effect on the structure of silane deposits, characterization of silane pretreatment for organic coatings on copper, hydrothermal degradation of hydrophobic organosilane films determined by neutron reflectometry, water absorption and transport in bis-amino silane film, chromate-free silane-containing primer technology, zinc phosphate as an effective anticorrosion pigment in silane-based waterborn primers, application of nanosols to improve functional properties of p-aramide fabrics used for bullet-proof vests, and photocatalytic titania derived by sol-gel technique for textile application.
These studies led to the hypothesis that many of the 21 hydroxyl groups on beta-cyclodextrin molecules could be derivatrzed to form a closely related family of analogous chemical compounds containing both polymerizable groups and hydrophilic ionizable ligand (substrate-binding) groups, each attached via hydrolyticaliy-stablc ether-linkages.
The synthetic transformation steps performed are often relatively simple, exploiting the difference in the nuleohilicities of primary amino group (at C-2) versus the two hydroxyl groups (at C-3 and C-6).