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triol

 [tri´ol]
an organic compound containing three hydroxy groups; a trihydric alcohol, e.g., glycerol.

tri·ol

(trī-ol),
A compound containing three hydroxyl groups; for example, glycerol.
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Triethanolamine is a member of ethanolamine family and can be termed as a tertiary amine as well as a triol. It is a highly viscous liquid, which is colorless in its pure form, while it is pale yellow in its impure form.
Thus, the replacement of proton on thiophenyl group in the third position of butane-1,2,4-triol led to preferential formation of the sevenmembered cyclic product in the reaction of condensation of this triol with paraformaldehyde.
Table 11 shows the results of the best diol, triol, low molecular weight polyol and amine triol additives.
3,5,6-Tri-O-benzoyl-1,2-O-isopropylidene-[alpha]-D-gluco-1,4-furanose (5): Benzoylation of triol 4 (0.4 g, 1.816 mmol) with 3.3 molar equivalent of benzoyl chloride (1.149 g, 8.174 mmol) yielded 3,5,6-tri-O-benzoate 5 (0.803 g, 83%) as a clear oil, which turned pale-yellow after a couple of weeks.
Samples (7-9), with (polyether triol, [M.sub.w] = 3000)/(polyether diol, [M.sub.w] = 2000) weight ratios of 6/4, 8/2, and 10/0 (Fig.
The TMP is also found an aternative triol that provides a stable structure in which there is no hydrogen [beta]-to the OH groups[12,13].
Gao et al., "The estrogen receptor alpha-selective agonist propyl pyrazole triol improves glucose tolerance in ob/ob mice; potential molecular mechanisms," Journal of Endocrinology, vol.
TEA is an interesting ligand which is both a tertiary amine and a triol with a lone pair of electrons on the nitrogen atom [12].
Reports that the packages were overpriced by at least P14 million prompted the Bacolod City legal office to file a complaint in 2007 for graft against Puentevella, Victoriano Triol of the Department of Education (DepEd) in Western Visayas and Merryland Publishing Corp., the computer package supplier based in Mandaluyong City.
We demonstrate that, in Hec50 cells, GPER is localized predominantly in intracellular membranes and mediates PI3K and ERK activation in response to both estrogen and G-1 as well as the antiestrogens tamoxifen, Raloxifene, and ICI182,780 and the "ER[alpha]-selective" agonist propylpyrazole triol (PPT).
Coriloxin (1) was treated with sodium hydroxide solution to give a triol derivative (2), (scheme1).
The amount of raw glycerol increases constantly and this triol has become an attractive feedstock material.