nitration

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ni·trate

 (nī′trāt′, -trĭt)
n.
1. The univalent anionic group NO3, derived from nitric acid, or a compound containing this group.
2. Fertilizer consisting of sodium nitrate, potassium nitrate, or ammonium nitrate.
tr.v. ni·trat·ed, ni·trat·ing, ni·trates
To treat with nitric acid or a nitrate, usually to change (an organic compound) into a nitrate.

ni·tra′tion n.
ni′tra′tor n.
Translations

nitration

[nɑɪˈtreɪʃən] Nnitratación f, nitración f

nitration

nNitrierung f
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Tortato, "Sulfuric Acid on Silica Gel: An Inexpensive Catalyst for Aromatic Nitration," Tetrahedron Lett.
Smith, "Heightened Selectivity in Aromatic Nitrations and Chlorinations by the Use of Solid Supports and Catalysts," Acc.
Mechanisms of aromatic nitration (electrophilic, free radical, and nucleophilic) are explored in chapter 3.