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Noun1.addition reaction - a chemical reaction in which one molecule is added to anotheraddition reaction - a chemical reaction in which one molecule is added to another
chemical reaction, reaction - (chemistry) a process in which one or more substances are changed into others; "there was a chemical reaction of the lime with the ground water"
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4, 2016), "Polyhemiaminal & Polyhexahydrotriazine Materials from 1,4 Conjugate Addition Reactions," Dylan J.
By comparison, the other H elimination and H addition reactions to generate [C.
In this work, a novel hydrophobically associated polyacrylamide and its modified silica nanocomposite prepared by free radical emulsion copolymerization of hydrophilic and hydrophobic monomers, where silica nanoparticles introduced through backbone structure of the polymer through Michael addition reactions to guarantee regular distribution of silica nanoparticles through polymer matrix.
NMP][H2PO4] was used as dual solvent-catalyst for synthesis of AY-alkoxyketones by the oxa-Michael addition reactions [13].
Nevertheless, the potential Michael addition reactions cannot be ruled out because each BTA molecule contains two >NH groups and one >[CH.
The higher the value of [DELTA][omega] the more favourable the D-A process, therefore, apart from (4+2) addition reactions of these TO as diene with the typical dienophiles like 1,2-dicyanoethene and 1,2-dicyanoethyne, it could be possible for TO with strong electron withdrawing substituents to serve as dienophile e.
Although chiral ethers-crown are more resistant to decomposition and have been used successfully, for example, in asymmetric Michael addition reactions, their high cost makes impracticable their use in industrial scale [8].
The authors cover general principles of this scientific discipline such as macrocyclic stereocontrol, chiral acetals, conjugate additions and carbonyl addition reactions.
Radical addition reactions compete with allylic abstraction to form polymer radical species.
Novel non-templated nucleotide addition reactions catalyzed by procaryotic and eucaryotic DNA polymerases.
Abstract Michael addition reactions were utilized to form A[B.