cyanoacetylene

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cyanoacetylene

(ˌsaɪənəʊəˈsɛtɪliːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) chem a nitrile compound known to exist in interstellar clouds
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Chemists, physicists, and other physical scientists from Europe, Asia, and North America offer a range of perspectives on the polyyne class of molecules and the related carbon allotrope carbyne.
Finally, encouraged by reports of large values of in related polyynes |10-11~, we have developed new synthetic routes |12-14~ to a series of soluble rigid-rod metal polyyne polymers of the form shown in Fig.
We have also explored the properties of several new Pt polyynes |16~ in collaboration with the Lewis group.
Panaxyne epoxide, a new cytotoxic polyyne from Panax ginseng root against L1210 cells.
Two bioactive polyynes, 10-hydroxyundeca-2,4,6,8-tetraynamide (9) and 3,4,13-trihydroxy-tetradeca-5,7,9,11-tetraynoic acid-[gamma]-lactone (10) were isolated from cultures of the fungus Mycena viridimarginata.
We also analyzed the relationship between polyyne structures and their pharmacological activities.
Biological activities of terthiophenes and polyynes from the Asteraceae.
Surprisingly, the photochemical models show inconsistent mechanisms for the production of polyynes," said Kaiser, who is the principal investigator of this study.
Burdock (Arctium lappa) root contains complex volatile oils which include polyynes, caffeic acid derivates, triterpenes and phytosterols.
Syntehsis of Polyynes by In Situ Desilylative Brominatino and Palladium-Catalyzed Coupling: (7-(Benzyloxy)Hepta-1,3,5-Triynyl) Triisopropylsilane (Soonho Hwang, Hee Ryong Kang, and Sanghee Kim).
A recent report isolated and identified 13 compounds, including six polyynes, from the root bark extract of DC.
Writing for professionals, the authors cover theoretical studies on acetylenic scaffolds, synthesis of heterocycles and carbocycles by electrophilic cyclization of alkynes, addition of terminal acetylides to CO and CN electrophiles, transition metal acetylides, acetylenosaccharides, semiconducting poly(arylene ethylene)s, polyynes via alkylidene carbenes and carbenoids, macrocycles based on phenylacetylene scaffolding, carbon-rich compounds, shape-persistent acetylenic macrocycles for ordered systems, and chiral acetylenic macromolecules.