isocyanide


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isocyanide

(ˌaɪsəʊˈsaɪəˌnaɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any salt or ester of isocyanic acid. Also called: carbylamine or isonitrile
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Three component Ugi reaction is one of the most studied and famous MCRs, which consists of condensation of an amine, an aldehyde and an isocyanide to form an aminoamide derivative [13].
Cheung, Synthesis of transition metal isocyanide complexes containing hydrogen bonding sites in peripheral locations, Inorg.
Dobbek, "n-Butyl isocyanide oxidation at the NiFe4S4OH(x) cluster of CO dehydrogenase," Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
Ito, "A screening approach for the discovery of mechanochromic gold(I) isocyanide complexes with crystal-to-crystal phase Transitions," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
The unique performance of the Di-Air system was attributed to the formation of stable isocyanate (CNO) and isocyanide (CN) intermediates on the catalyst surface as being evidenced by FTIR observations [16].
Mindiola, "Aryl isocyanate, carbodiimide, and isocyanide prepared from carbon dioxide.
produced secondary metabolites such as antibiotics (6-pentyl-alpha-pyrone (6pp), isocyanide derivatives), acids (heptelidic and koningic acid), peptaibols and CWDE that are implicated in the inhibition of radial growth of many phytopathogenic fungi.
(26) They succeeded in the separation of the polymer into (+) and (-) fractions by column chromatography using an optically active poly((S)-sec-butyl isocyanide) as a CSP, and in 1988, they reported the asymmetric synthesis of a one-handed helical polymer using a chiral catalyst.
He is quoted as asserting that the Government possesses knowledge of a new gas, believed by him to be cacodyl isocyanide, which is so overwhelmingly deadly that the Chemical Warfare Service of the Army has attempted to suppress discussion about it.
Scheffelaar et al., "Diastereoselective multicomponent synthesis of dihydropyridones with an isocyanide functionality," Organic Letters, vol.
Further studies on the biosynthesis of isocyanide compounds from inorganic cyanide precursors by the sponges Amphimedon terpenensis, Acanthella cavernosa, Axinyssa n.