The higher the temperature, the more the formation of heterocyclic
Felton JS, Malfatti MA, Knize MG, Salmon CP, Hopmans EC, Wu RW (1997) Health risks of heterocyclic
Reviews advances in the properties, structure, synthesis, reactivity and applications of the most important heterocyclic
chemistry is of prime importance as a sub-discipline of Organic Chemistry, as millions of heterocyclic
compounds are known with more being synthesized regularly
Tenders are invited for sulfur compounds and other organic and inorganic compounds; heterocyclic
Paper topics include theoretical aspects of microwave dielectric heating, microwave-accelerated metal catalysis in organic transformations at warp speed, heterocyclic
chemistry using microwave-assisted approaches, microwave-assisted reductions, speed and efficiency in the production of diverse structures in microwave- assisted multi-component reactions, integrating microwave-assisted synthesis and solid-supported reagents, microwave-assisted sold-phase synthesis, time savings associated with microwave-assisted synthesis, and scale-up of microwave-assisted organic synthesis.
The same chemical reaction that imparts a desirable flavor to browned meats also produces a host of powerful mutagens know as heterocyclic
Tenders are invited for lactones, neog, heterocyclic
compounds only hetero-atom (s) of nitrogen with the structure noncondensable pirazynove ring, pyrimidine ring, a piperazine ring or a phenothiazine ring system not further condensation; hydantoin and its derivatives; sulphonamides
The readership for the book includes organic chemists in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, and specialty organic chemical industries, and faculty and postgraduate students working on the synthesis of heterocyclic
Indeed, he notes in an editorial accompanying the new paper, fat could serve merely as a marker for some other risk, such as the carcinogenic heterocyclic
amines that form when red meat is cooked
The third essay, titled 1,2-cycloaddition reaction of carbonyl compounds and pentaatomic heterocyclic
compounds, by three chemists at the university of the Basilica in Potenza, Italy, concerns the Paterno-Buchi reaction on Furan derivatives and on pentaatomic heterocycles differing from Furan.
amines--members of the quinoline family--form during the cooking of meats at high temperatures.