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alkoxy

(ælˈkɒksɪ)
n
denoting an alkyl group bonded to an oxygen atom
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The results show that the stability of the methanol-gasoline depends on the length of alkoxy group over adipates.
In the presence of moisture, hydro- lyzable alkoxy group leads to the formation of silanols.
3] Si structure, where XO is a hydrolyzable alkoxy group such as methoxy (OC[H.
60] hydrocarbyl or alkoxy group optionally including O, N, S, Si and/or P; R5 and R6 are independently hydrogen or [C.
For electron-poor oxygen functional groups, the tosyl-, mesyl-, and trifluoromesyl groups were chosen in order to convert these into a phenolic or alkoxy group easily later.
Over time, each of the methylphosphonate adducts lost its alkoxy group to aging and converged to a mass of 64,780 Da, a value that structurally correlates with formation of a P(O)([CH.
However, this reduction in activity could be reversed by the replacement of the hydrogen atom of the hydroxyl group by an alkyl or alkoxy group, especially acetyl and methyl rests.
Silanes are of the general form: R-Si(OX)3, where the OX generally is an alkoxy group.
It was found that the stability of the blends depend on the length of the glycolic esters' alkoxy group and hexyl glycolic and octyl glycolic were found to be the most effective in various gasoline-methanol blends.
In the first step, the precursor alkoxy group is hydrolized, while, in the second step, a condensation reaction between M-OH groups and/or M-OR groups takes place, leading to the formation of the limit (MO.
has obtained a patent for a method for forming an acrylic emulsion comprised of emulsion copolymerization of monomers comprised of an acrylic monomer having an epoxy group, an acrylic monomer having a hydroxyl group using a reactive emulsifier having an unsaturated double bond in the molecule and a polymerization initiator having an imidazole group and/or an imidazoline group in the presence of a silane compound having an epoxy group and an alkoxy group in the molecule.