monosubstituted

mon·o·sub·sti·tut·ed

(mon'ō-sŭb'sti-tū'tĕd),
chemistry denoting an element or radical, only one atom or unit of which is found in each molecule of a substitution compound.

monosubstituted

(mŏn″ō-sŭb′stĭ-tūt″ĕd)
Having only a single molecule replaced.
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1], -CH-out of plane deformation and ring deformation of monosubstituted benzene due to butadiene part at 758 [cm.
Formation of ettringite from monosubstituted calcium sulfoaluminate hydrate and gypsum.
1] corresponds to the bending of the five adjacent hydrogen atoms of the ring, which are visible as typical signals of monosubstituted aromatic ring.
82] reported that some monosubstituted 1,1-dihydroperoxides undergo decomposition to produce singlet oxygen in high yield.
1995) Zirconium catalyzed enantioselective methylalumination of monosubstituted alkenes.
Trioxazonane, a monosubstituted trioxazonane from Trigonella foenum-graecum root exudates, inhibits Orobranche crenata seed germination.
Use of Grignard reagents allows for the isolation of monosubstituted and disubstituted products, whereas use of organolithium reagents allows for the isolation of only the disubstituted product.
A strategy for the synthesis of monosubstituted dodecahedrane and the isolation of an isodode-cahedrane.
The conclusions drawn from this were that the monosubstituted ligand of interest did not enantiospecifically synthesize the cyclopropane, although the reasons for this outcome are still being analyzed.
Protease cleavage of the non-fluorescent bis-substituted rhodamine 110 peptide derivatives result in monosubstituted rhodamine 110 and free rhodamine 110, both of which are fluorescent.
These results (Table 2) showed that the retention of monosubstituted benzenes is similar for C18-silica and PGC and lower than on PS-DVB.
Monosubstituted Benzenes: Benzyl Alcohol, Benzaldehyde, and Benzoic Acid".