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al·lyl

(al'il),
The monovalent radical, CH2=CHCH2-.

allyl

/al·lyl/ (al´il) a univalent radical, —CH2dbondCHCH2.

allyl

(al′ĭl) [L. allium, garlic + -yl]
C3H5; a univalent unsaturated radical found in garlic and mustard.
allylic (ă-lil′ik), adjective

allyl

a univalent organic group previously used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals.

allyl alcohol
a potent cause of hepatic necrosis. Metabolized in the liver by alcohol dehydrogenase to acrolein, the hepatoxin.
allyl formate
has the same effect as allyl alcohol.
allyl isothiocyanate
used as a counterirritant and in the manufacture of war gases. Called also volatile oil of mustard. Occurs naturally in members of the plant family Cruciferae which cause acute indigestion in cattle.
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9) Thiol-ene systems are combinations of multifunctional thiols and enes wherein the ene structures include vinyl ethers, allyl ethers, acrylates, and vinyl siloxanes.
fistulosum >128 >128 >128 Allicin 32 16 16 Allyl sulfide >128 128 128 Allyl disulfide >128 128 128 Ketoconazole 16 8 16 Table 3.
Allyl isothiocyanate, but not carvacrol or cinnamaldehyde, inhibited growth at this temperature.
Here we studied the effect of two naturally occurring isothiocyanates such as allyl isothiocyanate (AITC) and phenyl isothiocyanate (PITC), on the inhibition of cyclophosphamide-induced urotoxicity.
As shown in Figure 16, the level of allyl survival increased with the level of methacrylate or styrene in the monomer feed.
Other allyl derivatives, including diallyldisulfide, allylmethyldisulfide, and allylmercaptan (DADS, AMDS, and AM, respectively), decreased tumor formation in the forestomach and lung, but the related saturated propyl derivatives propylmethyldisulfide, propylmethyltrisulfide, dipropylsulfide, and dipropyltrisulfide (PMDS, PMTS, DPS, and DPTS, respectively) did not (58,59).
Bint Allyls of this racing world only come once but Channon has bitten the bullet and got on with the job.
On the other hand, allyl sulfides - in the garlic and onion family - increase enzymes that aid in the elimination of carcinogens.
These contain allyl isothiocyanate, which doesn't even rate as "possibly carcinogenic, according to [ARC.
Another important technologies employed into the manufacturing of BDO are Davy process, propylene oxide process, butadiene process, allyl acetate, and bio-based process.
The internal crosslinking agent is a silane compound with one vinyl group or allyl group attached to a silicon atom and at least one Si-O bond.