educt


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e·duct

(ē'dŭkt),
An extract.
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It is therefore by the sign of a correlation peak that educt and product signals can be attributed.
The C=O stretching vibration displayed a negative correlation with the methylene resonance of acetic acid at 1.8 ppm, while the two educt and product signals run in opposite directions simultaneously.
In summary, the 2D heterocorrelation spectra helped to confirm the assignment of signals to an educt or a product by directly transferring the information from one spectroscopic technique to another.
In principle, all chemical reactions are equilibria between one or two educts and their products, but in practice the preferred chemical reactions form their products irreversibly.
Thus in the chemistry of the isocyanides more different educts and products can participate than in the conventional reactions.
The U-4CRs of various types of amino compounds, aldehydes, ketones, and various types of acids and isocyanides form their products just by mixing the educts. The U-4CR is by orders of magnitude more variable than any other chemical reaction or classical MCR [6].
If chemical compounds are prepared from more than two educts, several preparative steps must usually be accomplished, and after each step its intermediate or final product is isolated and purified.
The majority of chemical reactions convert one or two educts into their desirable products.