monohydric

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mon·o·hy·dric

(mon'ō-hī'drik),
Having but one hydrogen atom in the molecule.

monohydric

(mŏn″ō-hī′drĭk)
Having a single replaceable hydrogen atom.
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After pH 4.0, the monohydroxy species (11-1) and hydrolysed species (10-2) start to form and reach the formation percentage of 50% at pH 6.5 for (11-1) species and 49% at pH 75 for (10-2) species.
Monohydroxy benzoic acids with the -OH moiety at the ortho- or para-position to the -COOH show no antioxidant activity, though the same is not true for the m-hydroxybenzoic acid.
(2009) examined metabolic profiles of acetone and butanol extracts obtained from the leaves of a wine grape cultivar 'Storgozia' and found that the more polar compounds were related to sensitivity, and only hexadecanoic and the monohydroxy carboxylicacids were related to resistance to downy mildew in grapevine.
In an effort to produce high strength carbon fiber precursors, Daumit and coworkers (10), (11) at BASF looked at the use of mixtures of water (12-28% by weight of the polymer), a C1 to C4 monohydroxy alkanol (0-13%), and either a C1 or C2 nitroalkane (3-20%) or acetonitrile (5-20%) to plasticize PAN for melt spinning.
In contrast to CBZ, which is oxidized by the cytochrome P-450 system, OXC undergoes reductive metabolism at its ketomoiety to form monohydroxy derivative, which is glucuronidated and excreted in the urine.
The secretion is a complex and variable mixture of substances formed mainly by lipids, aliphatic monoester waxes, made of fatty acids (with various degrees of methyl branching), and long-chain monohydroxy wax-alcohols.
Beside their ligandin functions, GSTs have another nonconjugating activity, as catalyzing the nucleophilic attack of GSH on electrophilic oxygen and reduction of cytotoxic hydroperoxides to the less-toxic monohydroxy alcohols.
Clear microemulsions can allegedly be formed spontaneously by combining water; a volatile siloxane, a long chain or high molecular weight silicone poly ether (such as DC 5329 as a high molecular weight silicone polyether and DC 5211 as a low molecular weight polyether from Dow Corning) and, optionally a cosurfactant such as a monohydroxy alcohol, organic diol, organic triol, organic tetraol, silicone diol, silicone triol, silicone tetraol and a nonionic organic surfactant.
Comparison of sample preparation and analysis using solid-phase extraction and solid-phase microextraction to determine monohydroxy PAH in urine by GC/HRMS.
The extract contains both monohydroxy and polyhydroxy alcohols and it had been reported that alcohols have antimicrobial properties [24-26].