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al·lyl

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

allyl

(al′ĭl) [L. allium, garlic + -yl]
C3H5; a univalent unsaturated radical found in garlic and mustard.
allylic (ă-lil′ik), adjective
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Radical initiation, typically at bis-allylic or allylic sites, is the first step in the reaction pathway.
In 2007, Gois and Jang groups reported, respectively, that the binuclear Rh(II) complex, V, containing N-Heterocyclic Carbenes (NHC) as auxiliary ligands, can be a profitable tool in (i) the arylation of aldehydes and (ii) the allylic oxidation reaction [49, 50].
Kobayashi, "Allylic substitution of esters derived from 2-bromocyclohex-2-enol with aryl copper reagents and synthetic utilization of the derived anti s N2' products," Synlett, vol.
EPA 2014) was made by selecting allylic alcohols based on structural similarity only (e.g., using the Tanimoto index).
The high number of allylic hydrogens and double bonds per molecule associated with these unsaturated poly(vinyl ether)s results in relatively fast curing by autoxidation due to the gel-point being reached at relatively low extents of reaction.
These data support the lack of validity of GC-MS methods for the measurement of 3[beta]-hydroxy-[[DELTA].sup.5]-bile acids involving pretreatment of the urine by procedures that fail to hydrolyze the sulfate conjugate moiety and/or are destructive to the allylic 3[beta],7[alpha]-dihydroxy-[[DELTA].sup.5] structure.
There are three major groups of phytochemicals: the polyphenols which can be subcategorized as the flavonoids, phenolic acids and other non-flavonoid polyphenols; the terpenoids, which can be subcategorized as the carotenoids and non-carotenoid terpenoids; and the thiols, which includes the glucosinolates, allylic sulfides and non-sulphur containing indoles (Table.
The 1H NMR spectrum (400 MHz CDCl ) of compound (4) clearly revealed a triterpene type carbon skeleton of the lupane series with two exomethylene proton resonances at A 4.67 (1H s Ha-29) and 4.55 (1H s Hb-29) which together with an allylic methyl group of three proton intensity at A 1.67 (s H3-30) confirmed an isoprenyl functionality.
Deshpande developed polymers with allylic or benzylic amide groups covalently bonded to the polymer molecules.
-C[H.sub.2]-C[H.sub.2]-C(=O)-, [H.sub.-3]), 1.90-2.06 (m, 4H, C[H.sub.2] allylic), 2.24 (t, J = 7.2, -C[H.sub.2]-C(=O)-, [H.sub.-2]), 2.68 (t, 2H, J = 6.2, C[H.sub.2] doubly allylic), 4.27 (t, 2H, COO-C[Hj.sub.2]-, J = 7.2, [H.sub.-20]) and 4.22 ppm (t, 2H, COO-C[H.sub.2]-, J = 7.2, Hz, [H.sub.19]), 5.18 ppm (dt, J = 11.0 and 7.0, [H.sub.-9]), 5.3-5.1 ppm (4H from C18:2 C[H.bar]=C[H.bar]-C[H.sub.2]-C[H.bar]=C[H.bar] and 2H from C18:1 double bond of the CFA mixture), 5.51 (dt, J = 15.0 and 7.0, [H.sub.-12]), 5.76 (dd, 1H, J = 10.4 and 1.2, C[[H.sub.2].bar]=C[H.sub.-], [H.sub.-23a]), 5.80 (t, 7= 11.0, [H.sub.-11]), 6.04 (dd, 1H, 7= 17.4 and 10.4.
A whole chapter is devoted to primary organometallics, which are needed for conjugate addition and allylic substitution--the most popular reactions.
Selective oxidation of allylic alcohols with chromic acid.