solvolysis

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sol·vol·y·sis

 (sŏl-vŏl′ĭ-sĭs, sôl-)
n.
A chemical reaction in which the solute and solvent react to form a new compound.


sol′vo·lyt′ic (-və-lĭt′ĭk) adj.

solvolysis

(sɒlˈvɒlɪsɪs)
n
(Chemistry) a chemical reaction occurring between a dissolved substance and its solvent. See also hydrolysis
[from solv(ent) + -lysis]
Translations
solvolyse
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In this research, emphasis has been given on the development of canola oil based polyol by transesterification reaction followed by epoxidation and ring opening by alcoholysis with the intention of inserting hydroxyl group at unsaturation (carbon-carbon double bond) present in oil.
The alcoholysis of glycosyl donors, 4,6-dibenzyloxy-1,3,5-triazin-2-yl (DBT) glycosides 9, under hydrogenolytic conditions gave the corresponding aglycosides 10 in good yields without adding any acid promoters.
The reaction temperatures greater than 60 8C should be avoided, in the case of rubber seed oil, because they tend to accelerate saponification of the glycerides by the alkaline catalyst before completion of the alcoholysis.
hydrolysis or alcoholysis in the presence of an acid catalyst, is a popular method for introduction of hydroxyl groups to vegetable oil.
Two reactions take place during liquefaction: alcoholysis and recondensation (Zhang et al.
Galen, Acid-catalyzed Alcoholysis of Soybean Oil, J.
Introduction of functional groups on the surface of super-paramagnetite particles of M- PVAC without demolishing the magnetite within the particles through several sequential procedures such as alcoholysis epoxide activation and coupling were subsequently employed [70].
This property makes possible for them to execute a number of catalytic reactions such as alcoholysis acidolysis aminolysis esterification and transesterification (Coradi et al.
The Methanol and FFA's can be added to the alcoholysis reaction to reduce the biodiesel production cost.
During the alcoholysis or transesterification stage, the oil, polyol.