diol


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diol

diol

an organic compound containing two hydroxy groups, a dihydric alcohol. Called also glycol.
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Glutathione conjugation and DNA adduct formation of dibenzo[al]pyrene and benzo[a]pyrene diol epoxides in V79 cells stably expressing different human glutathione transferases.
or -])-(4R)-Limonene (64) yielded (lS,2S,4R)-p-menth-8-ene-1,2, diol (69) when fermented with the fungus Diplodia gossypina (Scheme 31) while (-)-(4S)-limonene (67) afforded (1R,2R, 4S)-p-menth-8-ene-l ,2-diol (72) by fermentation with D.
Studies on thermoplastic polyurethanes based on new diphenylethane-derivative diols II.
PAH diol epoxides are DNA- damaging compounds that can cause genetic damage and initiate the carcinogenic process," the scientists said.
This suggests that as the amount of the diol in the formulation is increased, the presence of the PS, which is hydrophobic, also increases on the coating surface, leading to an increase in the water contact angle.
Degradable polyurethane networks were synthesized by cross-linking poly(D,L-lactide) triols and poly(caprolactone) diols with 1,6-hexamethylenediisocyanate or 4,4'-methylene bis(cyclohexyl) diisocyanate.
2]) for aromatic diol compounds based polysulfone after gamma-ray irradiation Polymer G(S[O.
When the starting diol became insoluble in DCE at room temperature, the washing procedure was performed at 50[degrees]C.
Radio jokester Gary Owens and KNBC-TV (Channel 4) weatherman Fritz Coleman gave tributes, and Deputy Chief David Gascon and Hollywood Division Chief Connie Diol represented the Los Angeles Police Department to honor Hertz for his work with the Parker Foundation.