isomerization|isomerizations in English


conversion into an isomer (chemical compound which has identical characteristics of another compound but differs in molecular structure)

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1. 4 like an isomerization inside a crystalline solid.

2. Addition of lithium borohydride also accelerated the isomerization of olefins.

3. Method of preparing branched alkyl aromatic hydrocarbons using a process stream from a dehydrogenation-isomerization unit

4. Azobenzene undergoes trans→cis isomerization when irradiated with light tuned to an appropriate wavelength

5. Abietic acid was isolated by means of isomerization and amination reaction-crystallization coupled with ultrasonic wave

6. A series of Azobenzenes was studied using ab initio methods to determine the substituent effects on the isomerization pathways

7. Key words: hydroxyglycine, glyoxylic acid, allylboronates, α-amino acids, allylglycines, isoleucine, alloisoleucine, stereoselective reactions, isomerization, 2-aza (azonia) Cope rearrangement.

8. It can be used as catalysts for acylation, alkylation, dimerization, oligomerization, polymerization, hydrogenation, dehydrogenation, aromatization, isomerization, hydrotreating, catalytic cracking and hydrocracking reactions.

9. Accordingly, pre-Coked HZSM-5 yielded a higher shape selectivity during xylene isomerization, i.e., a reduced formation of undesirable toluene and trimethylbenzenes

10. In fact, in Azobenzene, absorption of light induces a reversible trans ↔ cis isomerization, which in turns generates a strain or a structure

11. Berberidic acid dimethyl ester (3) is hydrogenated to allo hexahydro diester 10 from which normal diester 11 can be derived by base isomerization.

12. Assary RS, Curtiss LA (2011) Theoretical study of 1,2-hydride shift associated with the isomerization of glyceraldehyde to dihydroxy acetone by Lewis acid active site models

13. The resulting polymorphic magnesium-aluminum oxide composition is highly effective in the aldol condensation of acetone to isophorone, and other base catalyzed reactions such as isomerization of olefins, aldol condensation of aldehydes.

14. From skin secretions of Bombinae, we have isolated an enzyme that catalyzes the isomerization of an L-Ile in position 2 of a model peptide to D-allo-Ile

15. 23 Fall congeal degrees on mixture of KH150BS bodying oil with different base oil of different nature such as high viscosity index base oil, isomerization unit based oil lost and so on were studied.

16. Isomerization rosin and ethanolamine were used as raw materials, 95% ethanol as recrystallization solvent, the effects of reaction temperature, reaction time, agitating velocity, ultrasound intensity and recrystallization times on the purity and yield of Abietic acid were

17. In the case of system Glicina-Ca2 +, in contrast, processes explosion coulombiana have their origin in adducts formed directly from the interaction between dicatión and neutral and besides some of them occur through barriers much lower than those involved in the isomerization of these complexes.

18. To produce defined isomer mixtures of compounds with spiro $g(b)-aminocarboxyl and/or $g(b)-aminocarbonyl systems the invention proposes that they be dissolved in solvents which have good dissolving power for these compounds, whose relative permittivity is sufficient to stabilize the amphoteric intermediates occuring in isomerization, which as proton donors constitute hydrogen bridges, whose basicity is less than that of the compounds for isomerization and whose boiling point is so high that an adequate reaction speed can be attained by raising temperature.

19. Abietic acid (also known as abietinic acid or sylvic acid), a resin acid, is the primary irritant in pine wood and resin, isolated from rosin (via isomerization) and is the most abundant of several closely related organic acids that constitute most of rosin, the solid portion of the oleoresin of coniferous trees