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ep·ox·ide

 (ĕ-pŏk′sīd, ĭ-pŏk′-)
n.
1. A ring-shaped organic compound consisting of an oxygen atom bonded to two other atoms, usually of carbon, that are already bonded to each other.
2. A compound containing such a structure. In both senses also called epoxy.

epoxide

(ɪˈpɒksaɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds)
a. a compound containing an oxygen atom joined to two different groups that are themselves joined to other groups
b. (as modifier): epoxide resin.
[C20: from epi- + oxide]

ep•ox•ide

(ɪˈpɒk saɪd)

n.
an epoxy compound.
[1925–30]

ep·ox·ide

(ĕ-pŏk′sīd)
A ring-shaped chemical structure or compound consisting of an oxygen atom bonded to two other atoms, usually of carbon, that are already bonded to each other.
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Soucek's research interests are quite wide and varied and include latexes, powder coatings, UV-curable powder coatings, kinetic and reaction mechanism studies of cycloaliphatic epoxides, latexes crosslinked with cycloaliphatic epoxides, protective space coatings, high solids and water-reducible alkyds, UV-curable coatings, inorganic/organic hybrid coatings, coatings from renewable resources, auto-oxidative curing mechanism of drying oils, plasma deposition of high performance coatings, corrosion resistant polyurethane coatings, and homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis.
Summary: Direct transformation of different kinds of epoxides to 1,2-diacetates was carried out easily and efficiently with Ac2O/B(OH)3 system.
Chapters are: environmental applications of multifunctional nanocomposite catalytic materials; chemical transformation of molecular precursor into well-defined nanostructural functional framework via soft chemical approach; graphenes in heterogeneous catalysis; gold nanoparticlesugraphene composites material; hydrogen generation from chemical hydrides; ring-opening polymerization of lactide; catalytic performance of metal alkoxides; cycloaddition of Co20 and epoxides over reusable solid catalysts; catalytic metal-/bio-composites for fine chemicals derived from biomass production; homoleptic metal carbonyls in organic transformation; zeolites; optimizing zeolitic catalysis for environmental remediation.
Mammalian sEH converts epoxides or three membered cyclic ethers to their corresponding diols through the addition of a water molecule (Morisseau and Hammock 2013).
Significant efforts have been directed towards the catalytic alternating copolymerization of aliphatic epoxides with carbon dioxide that generates aliphatic polycarbonates with a wide array of applications.
Figure-2 showed the comparison of degradation of PAH diol epoxides in extracellular medium of both models.
In this paper, the fluorinated acrylics and TEOS modified epoxides have been selected to mix into one single coating system.
For example, terpolymers derived from two different epoxides and C[O.
Results of the research showed that manganese nano-oxides produced in the presence of various oxidants was able to oxidize water to oxygen, and alkenes to epoxides.
Among the topics are the catalytic activation of carbon dioxide and its conversion into fuels or value-added chemicals by forming carbon-carbon bonds, new catalysts for activating carbon dioxide in several typical processes, the electro-catalytic reduction of carbon dioxide, synthesizing cyclic carbonates from carbon dioxide and epoxides, and the photocatalytic conversion of carbon dioxide into fuels using layered double hydroxides coupled with hydrogen or water.
It has been suggested that the accumulated epoxides may act as teratogen.