side chain


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side chain

n.
An organic molecular structure in the form of a branched open chain or ring.

side chain

n
(Chemistry) chem a group of atoms bound to an atom, usually a carbon, that forms part of a larger chain or ring in a molecule
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Tenders are invited for Repairing Of Damaged And Bend Flight Assly With New Making Of Both Side Chain Connecting Pin Of Bwf Make F/B -02 Under Aa&Docm.
The EIMS spectrum showed the intense peak at m/z 139 and 156 due to the loss of side chain as well as D ring fission, revealing the two oxygen atoms and an olefinic functionality in the steroidal nucleus and one C=C bond in the side chain [8].
The lipophilic nonpolar side chain then binds to an area of the [beta] receptor referred to as the exosite, a hydrophobic region.
Flydrophobicity is one key advantage provided by the long aliphatic side chain present in CNSL.
Our calculations demonstrate that the SWNT-PFO binding energy tends to increase as the length of the side chain increases reaching the optimal value for octyl groups.
Abstracts An alicyclic epoxy resin was modified with a copolymer having both a perfluoroalkyl side chain and a cyclohexenoxide-terminated side chain.
Smith and McKague developed a stable radiation-emitting material based on a silicone with tritium and a wavelength-shifter side chain (phosphor) bonded to the silicone.
The syntheses of A, B, and C are shown in Scheme 1(a), and their side chain contents are shown in Table 1.
8) The general synthetic routes to 1 provided the first chemical basis for systematically correlating its unusual side chain structure with biological functions.
Vitamin K2 is a group of compounds collectively referred to as menaquinones, which are classified according to the number of isoprenyl units on the side chain.
at least one side chain which is formed from a hair fiber targeting group which is covalently linked to the polymeric backbone, the hair fiber targeting group being a non-cationic species which is capable of specifically interacting with the protein surface of the hair fiber in a non-covalent interaction having a bond energy ranging from 0.
It is comprised of a family of hydrocarbon compounds characterised by a chromanol ring with a phytol side chain referred to as tocopherols and tocotrienols.