substitution reaction

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substitution reaction

n (Chem) → reazione f di sostituzione
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Very similar to the substitution reactions, there are many kinds of additions distinguished by the kind of the attacking particle.
Among their topics are addressing the challenges of stand-alone multi-core simulations in molecular dynamics, an analytical solution of the pantograph equation with incommensurate delay, the mechanism of nucleophilic substitution reactions of 4-(4'-nitro) phenylnitrobenzofurazan ether with aniline in acetonitrile, computational methods in pre-formulation study for pharmaceutical solid dosage forms of therapeutic proteins, and elemental two-dimensional materials beyond graphene.
In substitution reactions by etherification, the starch molecule should first be activated to make the O-H bond nucleophilic and to facilitate the formation of starch-O-.
Biphenyl analogues were synthesized by using general synthetic route involving nucleophilic substitution reactions on functional biphenyl analogues.
This kind of modification of [pi]-systems has been achieved through conventional electrophilic aromatic substitution reactions such as Friedel--Crafts reactions.
Chemists and materials scientists explore synthesizing aromatic compounds with aromatization reactions mediated by transition metals, as an alternative to the conventional route of substitution reactions of the aromatic nucleus.
This type of catalysis has wide range of applications, especially in nucleophilic substitution reactions and reactions involving deprotonation of weak organic acids [4].
The substitution reactions of PZ with HEMA and LA were carried out in a similar way.
Polymerizable derivatives are formed by nucleophilic and electrophilic substitution reactions. The derivatives can be polymerized by any of the well-known polymerization reactions such as free radical, coordination, or condensation polymerization.