ozonolysis


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to ozonolysis: Hydroboration

o·zo·nol·y·sis

(ō'zō-nol'ĭ-sis),
The splitting of a double bond in a hydrocarbon chain on treatment with ozone, with the formation of two carbon-containing structures, typically two aldehydes (an ozonide is the unstable intermediate); has been used to determine the structure of unsaturated fatty acids.
[ozone + G. lysis, dissolution]
References in periodicals archive ?
Ohshima, "A highly sensitive LC-ESI-MS/MS method for the quantification of cholesterol ozonolysis products secosterol-A and secosterol-B after derivatization with 2-hydrazino-1methylpyridine," Journal of Chromatography B, vol.
The ozonolysis leads to creation of superficial polar bonds, with a significant content of oxygen.
Because the kinetics of alkene ozonolysis is first-order with respect to an alkene [6], this observation is consistent with the literature.
Malonic acid ester is directly synthesized and esterified via the ozonolysis of palm olein (palm oil fraction), which comprises 10% linoleic acid as an unsaturated fatty acid.
Criegee, "Mechanism of ozonolysis," Angewandte Chemie--International Edition, vol.
The degradation of butyl rubber has been extensively studied under different conditions namely thermal, thermo-oxidative, mechanical, catalytic, chemical, electro-chemical and radiation induced ozonolysis [7-20].
Standard, can be azide chemistry, produced in ozonolysis multipurpose plant Chemistry API or regulated Non-regulated step intermediate intermediate SHE standard E.g.
Molinier, Ozonolysis of lignin--Improvement of in vitro digestibility of poplar sawdust, Biomass Volume 16, Issue 1, Pages 1-17 (1988).
Formation of biologically active oxysterols during ozonolysis of cholesterol present in lung surfactant.
The process, ultimately licensed by Emery, involves ozonolysis of unmodified soybean oil or other natural and renewable oils, a reaction that is challenging and which requires special operating conditions.
The direct attack on organic pollutants by molecular ozone (commonly known as ozonolysis) occurs under acidic or neutral conditions.
An important example described in literature involves the oxidative cleavage of double bonds using ozonolysis reaction.