benzoyl chloride

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ben·zo·yl chlo·ride

a colorless liquid of pungent odor; a reagent for acylation reactions.
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Standard histamine solutions and 2 ml aliquots of the food sample extracts were derivatized with benzoyl chloride according to (Hwang et al, 1997).
Synthetic thiourea derivatives (1-5) of bromophenyl linked with amino acid were prepared by the reaction of benzoyl chloride, potassium isothiocyanate and the corresponding amino acids.
22] this treatment process involves the treatment of fibre With Benzoyl chloride and NaOH solution which results in increase of hydrophobic nature of the fibre.
The chemical is believed to have been benzoyl chloride, a colourless liquid with a pungent odour listed as hazardous because it releases poisonous gases in fire and can also cause irritation if breathed in.
A spokesman for Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service said they understand the chemical is Benzoyl Chloride.
The benzoyl derivatives of tutin 2-(4-methoxybenzoyloxy)tutin (TI), 2-(3,5-dinitrobenzoyloxy)-tutin (T2), 2-(6-chloronicotinoyloxy)-tutin (T3), and 2-(4-nitrobenzoyloxy)-tutin (T4) were respectly synthesized by change 2-hydroxy group of tutin with 4 - methoxy benzoyl chloride, 3,5-dinitrobenzoyl chloride, 6 - chlorine chloride and 4-nitrobenzoyl chloride (Fig.
In accord with our previous findings, [17] benzoyl chloride is obviously more effective than acetic acid and obtained fast (<1min) and effective protection of 1-butanol (>90%).
BF was subjected to surface treatments with alkali, benzoyl chloride, [KMnO.
Using the previous examples of chloroacetaldehyde dimethyl acetal, 97%; tetramethylammonium perchlorate; benzyl chloride; and benzoyl chloride, these are, respectively, categories UN1993, UN1479, UN1738 and UN1736.
Acryloyl chloride (ACl) was prepared by reacting with benzoyl chloride by following the procedure of Stampel et al.
Cannon also includes forms like benzonitrile and benzoyl chloride as borrowings from Arabic, since the element benzo- has an Arabic origin.