alkenyl


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al·ke·nyl

(al'ken-il),
The radical of an alkene.

al·ke·nyl

(al'kĕ-nil)
The radical of an alkene.
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Since [alpha]-chloro fatty aldehydes can exclusively be generated by plasmalogen oxidation, this emphasizes the important role of these alkenyl ether lipids and the interest plasmalogens is currently attracting.
Maxemul 6106 and 6112 are modified alcohol ether phosphates (anionic), and Maxemul 5010 and 5011 are alkenyl ethoxylates with carboxyl functional groups (non-ionic).
As the electrochemical polymerization process continued, the dissociated dithiolate anions reacted with the terminal alkenyl groups on the deposited layer to form C-S-C bonds.
Nonpeptide angiotensin II receptor antagonists: synthesis, biological activities, and structure-activity relationships of imidazole-5-carboxyliv acids bearing alkyl, alkenyl, and hydroxyalkyl substituents at the 4-position and their related compounds.
The O and P prefixes indicate the presence of an alkyl or an alkenyl ether substituent, respectively.
Studies of starch esterification: reactions with Alkenyl succinates in aqueous slurry systems.
The compound on the left represents the aromatic ring with branches, the naphthalene in the middle is aromatic ring, and the ethenylbenzene is the aromatic ring with alkenyl.
synthesized a series of 1-[beta]-D-27-arabinofuranosyl and 1-(2,-dedoxy-2,-fluoro-[beta]-Dribofuransoyl) pyrimidine nucleosides possessing a diverse sets of alkenyl, alkyl, and halo substituents at the C-5 position of the uracil and investigated their effect on activity against M.
The co-ctystallizing agent is selected from the group consisting of fatty acid having a C16-22 alkyl, alkenyl, alkylaryl or alkoxy moiety; fatty alcohol having a C16-C22 alkyl, alkenyl, alkylaryl or alkoxy moiety; and mixtures thereof.
The reaction was carried out with nonstabilized ylids generated in situ from alkyl triphenylphosphonium bromides with n-BuLi at -78[degrees]C to afford the alkenyl substituted products in good yield.
Freeman and Whenham (1975) reported approximately equal level of alkenyl groups, and Kameoka et al.