ozonolysis


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o·zo·nol·y·sis

 (ō′zə-nŏl′ĭ-sĭs)
n.
A chemical reaction of ozone with another substance, usually an unsaturated organic compound, resulting in bond cleavage, used in synthesis and in analysis to locate the position of double and triple bonds in organic molecules.

ozonolysis

(ˌəʊzəʊˈnɒlɪsɪs)
n
(Chemistry) chem the process of treating an organic compound with ozone to form an ozonide: used to locate double bonds in molecules
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Different methods for introduction of OH groups in vegetable oil have been tried in different researches so far, like by hydroformylation [7, 8], hydrolysis [9], ozonolysis [10, 11], epoxidation [12, 13], microbial conversion [14], transesterification [15], etc.
Despite the abundance of alkenes in the atmosphere, the atmospheric ozonolysis of alkenes is still poorly understood.
2], as well as the oxidation of cholesterol to secosterol aldehyde A (49 in Figure 9), a well-known product of the ozonolysis of cholesterol.
Gallagher plans to do consulting work for Croda and other clients and remains a non-executive board director for P2 Science, a start-up company specializing in value-added fragrance components made through novel ozonolysis techniques.
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The examples of chemical or physico-chemical pretreatment include acidic pretreatment, alkaline pretreatment, ozonolysis pretreatment, and wet oxidation, gas treatment, steam explosion, and solvent extraction techniques.
1998) Ozonolysis at Vegetation Surfaces: A Source of Acetone, 4-Oxopentanal, 6-Methyl-5-Hepten-2-One, and Geranyl Acetone in the Troposphere, Atmospheric Environment, 32, 1893-1902.
This food science collection reviews current knowledge about enzymes for the dairy and baking industries, membrane technology for food processing, detection of pathogens transmitted through animals, tenderization of meat products, the biological properties of mushrooms, irradiation of fruits and vegetables, and the ozonolysis of chemical and biochemical compounds.
Carbon isotopic fractionation in the biosynthesis of bacterial fatty acids: ozonolysis of unsaturated fatty acids as a means of determining the intramolecular distribution of carbon isotopes.
Researchers Zaikin and Zaikina cover the theory of radiation-induced cracking reactions in hydrocarbons, experimental studies of radiation-thermal cracking in hydrocarbons, methods for petroleum processing based on radiation-thermal cracking, the complex radiation-thermal treatment and radiation ozonolysis of petroleum feedstock, and the high dose-rate radiation processing of petroleum feedstock in a wide temperature range.
The degradation of butyl rubber has been extensively studied under different conditions namely thermal, thermo-oxidative, mechanical, catalytic, chemical, electro-chemical and radiation induced ozonolysis [7-20].