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bro·mi·nate

(brō′mə-nāt′)
v.
To combine with bromine or with a compound containing bromine.
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In this study, it was observed that the bromination of EPDM has resulted in NR/BEPDM blends with better heat resistance and tensile properties when cured using typical sulfur curing recipes.
4] thyroid hormones with THR and TTR, increasing bromination in adjacent positions on the HO-PBDEs increases THR and TTR binding affinity.
We report herein our efforts to find a facile, selective and economical protocol for the bromination of cyclic ketones and methylarylketones bearing a variety of substituents.
The company specializes in a wide range of organic reaction technologies such as Amination, condensation, hydrogenation; Amidation, dehydrogenation & Mannich Reaction; Alkylation, diazotization & nitration; Bromination, esterifiction & oxidation; Catalytic hydrogenation, etherification & reduction; Chlorination & hydrogenation.
Contract awarded for Bromination of an only one field nongro Lee Paving
Bromination of tryptophan or indole precursors is essential for Tyrian purple biosynthesis and bromoperoxidase activity has been reported in the hypobranchial glands of Muricidae (Jannun et al.
The numerical values presented in Table 1 indicate that the branched and brominated samples have a MW to IV ratio that is different from that of the linear pure polystyrene, suggesting that branching and bromination change the way in which the polymers coil in solution.
Inmunoaffinity column cleanup with liquid chromatography using post-column bromination for determination of aflatoxins in peanut butter, pistachio paste, fig paste, and paprika powder: collaborative study.
PBDEs are typically produced for industrial use at three different levels of bromination, that is, penta-, octa-, and decabrominated diphenyl ether mixtures (La Guardia et al.
Monomer conversions were determined by an improved bromination method as described previously [20].
CatalasePeroxidase from Synechocystis Is Capable of Chlorination and Bromination Reactions.