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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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Catalytic Asymmetric Conjugate Addition Reactions of Organometallic Reagents (Fernando Lopez and Ben L.
For the cross-linking reactions, addition reactions between silicon-hydrogen and vinyl group are carried out among the SR-FVI, the PDMS, and the HSO under the catalytic effect of chloroplatinic acid.
The authors cover general principles of this scientific discipline such as macrocyclic stereocontrol, chiral acetals, conjugate additions and carbonyl addition reactions.
Mather, BD, Viswanathan, K, Miller, KM, Long, TE, "Michael Addition Reactions in Macromolecular Design for Emerging Technologies.
Volume 2 contains chapters on transition metal-catalyzed desulfitative coupling of thioorganic compounds with boronic acids; catalytic additions of allyllic boronates to carbonyl and imine derivatives; nucleophilic addition reactions to organoboronic acids; asymmetric homologation of boronic esters with lithiated carbamates, epoxides, and azirdines; borate and boronic acid derivatives as catalysts in organic synthesis.
Among the chapter topics are iron catalysis in biological and biomimetic reactions, iron-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions, iron-catalyzed aromatic substitutions, and addition and conjugate addition reactions to carbonyl compounds.
The extent of both combination and addition reactions will depend on the peroxide level, whereas only the extent of the addition reaction is affected by the diene type and content.
Isomerization versus Addition reactions of Maleic Acid and its Methyl Ester-A systematic study on the effect of Temperature, Concentration and Reagents/Catalysts Nagarajan Vasumathi, Ashley Casey and Jill Lott, Dept.
However, the potential Michael addition reactions cannot be ruled out because each BTA molecule contains two >NH groups and one >[CH.
His textbook looks at acid, bases, and nucleophiles; and substitution, elimination, and addition reactions.
Alkenes are known to undergo addition reactions at lower temperatures and/or isomerization at higher temperatures.