intermediate reaction

intermediate reaction

The production of a compound during the synthesis of another compound. The first compound is ultimately converted to the final product.
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In these solvent systems, starting materials and intermediate reaction products were fully/partially soluble, and the final product was least soluble at boiling temperatures.
FIBERS mATPase, ENZYMES SDH pH 4.6 NADH-TR SO +++ +++ +++ FOG + ++ ++ FG ++ + + +++ strong reaction ++ intermediate reaction + weak reaction Table 11--Percentage of SO, FOG and FG fibers types in the human ventricular muscle.
It is susceptible to Xcp and has an intermediate reaction to R.
The intermediate reaction product, i.e., phenolic-epoxy (PR-EP) adduct, has been visualized during the prepreg preparation, wherein no solvent has been used in contrast with the earlier system.
Ok102 shows an intermediate reaction to acidic, aluminum-toxic soil.
Expedition has exhibited intermediate reaction to wheat soil-borne mosaic virus similar to 'Trego' (PI 612576).
Moderate resistance has been observed to Barley yellow dwarf virus, and an intermediate reaction to Wheat streak mosaic virus has been documented, similar to or better than the comparable reactions of TAM 107, on the basis of field observations at four sites in 2000, and two sites in 2001.
Except for the intermediate reaction for C930-35, all show high resistance to sugar beet Erwinia, caused by Erwinia carotovora subsp.
Flor de Junio Marcela is resistant to the prevalent races of Bean common mosaic virus in the state of Guanajuato, but displays an intermediate reaction to rust [caused by Uromyces appendiculatus (Pers.:Pers.) Unger var.
In contrast, adult plants of Intrada show a low to intermediate reaction in the field in Texas and Oklahoma, varying from 20MS to 40S, or an approximate rating of 2 on a 1-to-9 scale (results from May 2002).
In the field, Trochu had an intermediate reaction to barley leaf scald (caused by Rhynchosporium secalis (Ouden.) J.J.
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