arene


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arene

(ˈæriːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) an aromatic hydrocarbon
[C20: from ar(omatic) + -ene]
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The men of Pylos and Arene, and Thryum where is the ford of the river Alpheus; strong Aipy, Cyparisseis, and Amphigenea; Pteleum, Helos, and Dorium, where the Muses met Thamyris, and stilled his minstrelsy for ever.
5,11,17,23-tert-butyl-25-(4-aminobenzyloxy)-26,27,28-(2-metylthioethoxy) calix[4] arene (4)
The contrasting chemistry and cancer cell cytotoxicity of bipyridine and bipyridinediol ruthenium(II) arene complexes," Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
We conducted a theoretical study of the dimers precursors of 2,8,14,20-tetra-methylpyrogallol[4] arene and 2,8,10,14-tetra-phenylpyrogallol[4]arene, and calculated the potential energy curves along the torsion angle of a selected bond of the dimers to get theoretical indications regarding the relationship between the dynamics of assembly and the geometry of the final products.
Le paysage patrimonial comme arene de competition et de negociation
All ferrocenium salts were prepared via a ligand exchange reaction between one ring of ferrocene and arene, according to the following procedures.
The Caverna delle Arene Candide is a vast cave, opening in a commanding position at 85m asl on the coast of Liguria (north-west Italy) (Figure 1).
Paddy Power - host of the 2010 Champions League final 5-2 Wembley, Bernabeu, 3 Allianz Arena, 4 Olympiastadion, 6 Mestalla; host of the 2010 Uefa Cup final 7-2 Arene Auf-Schalke, 3 Arena Hamburg, 4 Bucharest National Stadium, Emirates, 5 Lansdowne Road, Estadi Montjuic.
Such is the strange composite language, a mixture of classical Latin, vulgar Latin, Greek, and Italian, found in a treatise on choreography written by Antoine Arene and first printed in 1529.
Pour nommer cette propriete des rendez-vous altermondialistes, contre-sommets ou Forums Sociaux, je parle d'<< arene >>.
Moreover, with Mn above-mentioned arene manganese tricarbonyl complex and with Zn the Zn-porphyrine complex can be expected.