monobromated

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mon·o·bro·mat·ed

, monobrominated (mon'ō-brō'māt-ed, -brō'min-āt-ĕd),
Denoting a chemical compound with one atom of bromine per molecule.
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monobromated

(mŏn″ō-brō′māt-ĕd)
Pert. to chemical compound with only one atom of bromine in each molecule.
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We started this work by analyzing the thermolysis reaction of unsubstituted dioxetanone IVa and monobrominated species IVb, whose energetic profiles are presented in Figures 1(a) and 1(c), respectively.
Once again, it appears that the addition of a bromine heavy atom has little effect, as the SOC values for IVa (5.3 [cm.sup.-1]) and IVb (6.1 [cm.sup.-1]) are very similar, despite the SOC being higher for the monobrominated species.
Formation of monobrominated products in excellent yields within short times, easy synthesis of reagents, simple experimental procedure, catalyst- free conversion and easy work up, make this an improved and facile synthetic tool for monobromination of acetophenone and acetyl carbazole derivatives.