aromatic compounds


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aromatic compounds


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The group of hydrocarbons derived from benzene (C6H6) which have a ring structure.
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The full-bodied flavor of Jagermeister, which includes cinnamon, star anise, ginger and cardamom, is a result of a lengthy maceration to extract aromatic compounds from a closely guarded recipe of 56 botanicals, plus aging in oak casks for one year.
Contract Value: PAB aromatic compounds or heterocyclic
It accomplishes that feat because it contains natural aromatic compounds that are emitted by trees, shrubs and grasses.
The lack of light makes the plant devour itself a little, breaking down some of the large aromatic compounds that make it bitter.
When the temperature was higher than 400[degrees]C, the reactions became intense, affording large amounts of alkenes, cycloalkanes and aromatic compounds in the oil components.
Yeast that made the aromatic compounds were transported around the plate four times as often as the scentless mutants were.
Kaneka and RIKEN's Numata tried to synthesize PHA through biosynthesis by many microorganisms with a sole carbon source of aromatic compounds that make up lignin or similar aromatic compounds.
Among the topics are the accessibility of gases and liquids in carbons, characterizing advanced physical adsorption by nanoporous carbons, hydrophobicity and hydrophilicity in carbons, adsorption by phosphorous-containing carbons, unique characteristics and applications of zeolite-tempered carbon, adsorption by soft-templated carbons, adsorption behaviors of graphene and graphene-related materials, the catalytic removal of water-solved aromatic compounds by carbon-based materials, carbon-based catalyst support in fuel cell applications, and novel carbon materials for adsorbing carbon dioxide.
The molecules appear to be aromatic compounds called quinones, which are found in modern crinoids and other animals.
Cumin contains volatile aromatic compounds that are excreted in sweat, especially when consumed in large quantities.
There have been concerns about polycyclic aromatic compounds (PAC)--some of which are carcinogenic--in the Athabasca River system for some time.
Naphtha, a product of oil refining, is processed into either unsaturated hydrocarbon compounds called olefins or aromatic compounds.