Subsequent addition of a nucleophile
(or a diene) would results in highly valued and polyfunctional non-racemic carboxylic acids, amides and thioesters with water as the stoichiometric waste.
E-BODIPY compounds offer the potential for further modification when the substituting nucleophile
is an ethynyl group, including nucleophilic addition to and polymerization of the compound at the alkyne site (Goze et al.
Even though aziridines are reactive compounds, the conditions for the nucleophile
to attack on the aziridine ring are not conducive until the water leaves, and therefore it takes some time for the crosslink density to gain optimal strength which was reflected in the performance of the coatings during MEK double rubs and pencil hardness tests.
A theoretical study of the role of an anionic palladium(0) complex in the cross-coupling of an aryl halide with an anionic nucleophile
The values of [sigma] and [eta] also can be used in an algorithm to calculate the electrophilic index ([omega]) of a toxicant, the magnitude of which reflects the relative propensity of the electrophile to form an adduct with a given nucleophile
(LoPachin et al.
It is a nucleophile
able to trap electrophilic mutagens in lipophilic compartments and generates a metabolite that facilitates natriuresis.
The possible explanations for these results included metal ions that may activate electrophile and nucleophile
binding, and release electrons to modulate PO activity (Stryer 1995), or divalent cations that may change the secondary structure of certain peptides of PO to influence PO activity (Feng et al.
ion being a weak nucleophile
does not induce as much fragmentation of the GDH subunit polypeptides compared with P[O.
It provides guidance on selecting the appropriate aminating agent--whether haloamines, hydroxylamines, diazonium salts, azo compounds, or azides--for different types of carbon nucleophile
On reaction with a nucleophile
the ring structure of the anhydride opens forming the acylated product.
The Sulfinyl Moiety as an Intramolecular Nucleophile
Solvolysis is a special type of nucleophilic substitution where the nucleophile
is a solvent molecule, such as alcohols and water.