aldehyde group


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aldehyde group

any organic compound containing the group CHO, a carbonyl group fixed to one hydrogen and one oxygen atom.
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Polysulfones functionalized with phosphonate and with aldehyde groups were used in obtaining a crosslinked compound.
It is clear that the aldehyde group in the resin should come from isobutyraldehyde.
The aldehyde group is inherently reactive toward a host of ingredients commonly used in soap and cosmetics formulations.
In the 1H-NMR spectrum of Schiff base polymer, the ratios of peaks area are in agreement with the reported assignments [9] no peak attributed to aldehyde group is observed.
The Schiff's reaction between the amine and the aldehyde group is a rapid reaction under appropriate conditions and it was of interest to examine how the two different amino groups in primaquine would respond in the formation of the polymer-drug conjugate and its hydrolytic stability, the latter being the key-factor determining the release profile of the drug from the conjugate.
Oxidation of the aldehyde group on C-1 of b-d glucose to a carboxylic group results in the production of glucono lactone (C6H10O6) which is hydrolyzed to gluconic acid [4].
For the determination of monomer concentration and for the calculation of rate constants, the intensities of signals of the aldehyde group at 9.
Some of the aldehyde groups of the activated agarose linked covalently to PLL amine groups; on the other side, they bound to amino groups of adsorbed tail of biomolecules.
Gentamycin (GEN) was chosen as a model drug since it contains three amino groups which also can enter into Schiff's reaction with aldehyde groups of oxidized alginate.

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