Tetrol


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Tet´rol


n.1.(Chem.) A hypothetical hydrocarbon, C4H4, analogous to benzene; - so called from the four carbon atoms in the molecule.
Tetrol phenol
furfuran.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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To prepare the working solution, neferine (22.66, 45.31, 90.63, 181.25, and 362.50 [micro]g/mL), 1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-1-[(4-hydroxyphenyl) methyl]-2-methyl-7-isoquinolinol (25.26, 50.52, 101.04, 202.08, and 404.16 [micro]g/mL), 1-hydroxy-2-methylpropene (22.66, 45.31, 90.63, 181.25, and 362.50 [micro]g/mL), and 3-(prop-1-enyl)benzene-1,2,4,5- tetrol (24.22, 48.44, 96.88, 193.75, and 387.50 [micro]g/mL) were dissolved in methanol.
In extra-cellular medium cytoplasm and nucleus PAH diolepoxide endured the hydrolysis process resulting in the production of PAH tetrol. Unaccompanied by the reaction the membranes sustained alone the diffusion process where themembranes were partitioned by partition coefficient.
synthesized four- and six-branched PLAs by initialing polymerization with tetrol and hexol.
The assumption of equal reactivity can be relaxed; a first-shell substitution effect in the hardener and equal reactivities in the tetrol [([r.sub.OH]).sub.c] is the same as in equation (1), but [(rNCO).sub.c] is different, for an excess of OH groups [([r.sub.OH]).sub.c] differs from the value of equation (1).
White & Poppe was home to the "Canary Girls" who got their name from the staining on their hands and faces from using the yellow explosive tetrol during the production of bombs.