alkoxide


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alk·ox·ide

 (ălk′ŏk′sīd′)
n.
An organic compound in which the hydrogen of the hydroxyl group of an alcohol has been replaced by a metal.

alkoxide

(ælˈkɒksaɪd)
n
a compound formed by the removal of a proton from an alcohol
Translations
alcolato
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After heating the mixture of two ionic liquids and metal alkoxide for 12 h under Ar atmosphere, selected P-IL gels with dispersed functionalized metal oxide nanoparticles were obtained.
Alkoxide material mostly soluble in alcohol, easily purified, and the synthesis of materials with high purity, and is in the state of low viscosity liquid mixing raw materials, chemical reactions in solution to the ceramic obtained uniform, fine and dense, can get highly uniform group divided into oxide coating, is conducive to the preparation of composite oxide.
it is clear that on adding aqueous sodium hydroxide to the natural fibre, the ionisation of hydroxyl group found in fibre to alkoxide group is achieved.
Ring opening relieves the small amount of ring strain that is present and creates a new alkoxide nucleophile which can attack another lactide monomer, allowing the polymerization to proceed.
2], acting as an electrophile, deoxidizes zwitterion 23 and alkoxide 26, resulting in formation of two [O.
The lipid extracted after evaporating the solvent was charged with alkoxide solution of KOH alkali catalyst in a round bottom flask which was equipped with a condenser.
The aqueous solutions of NaOH were added to the above alkoxide solution to facilitate the fast hydrolysis and condensation process.
2] Nanoparticles from Titanium(IV) Alkoxide at High Water/Titanium Ratio.
The vast majority of silica aerogels are prepared using silicon alkoxide precursors.
Any substitution of the hydroxyl moiety on the molecular chains of starch by alkoxide and alkanoate is referred to as etherification and esterification, respectively.
Photocatalytic treatments on dental mirror surfaces using hydrolysis of titanium alkoxide.
Silicate gels were synthesized by hydrolyzing tetra functional alkoxide precursor (TMOS), employing a mineral acid, HC1, as a catalyst.