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benzil

(ˈbɛnzɪl)
n
(Chemistry) a yellowish organic compound
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However, condensation of 1,8-diaminonaphthalene with benzil 2 or alkyl carboxylate derivative of 3-furanone 7 furnished the perimidine derivatives 8 and 9, respectively [3-5] (Schemes 1 and 2).
The second step of the synthesis is the oxidation of benzoin to benzil. Different oxidation methods were studied in order to optimize a less hazardous route to benzil as well as to reduce the amount of waste.
Choudhary, "Effect of benzil and cobalt stearate on the aging of low-density polyethylene films," Polymer Degradation and Stability, vol.
(30.) Chozick BS, Benzil DL, Stopa EG, Pezzullo JC, Knuckey NW, Epstein MH, et al.
The chemicals used, namely benzil, aldehydes, and ammonium acetate, were of analytical reagent grade.
Just for your information, follow me through some of the chemicals children relish when you are giving them a treat: * Amil acetat, a developer for oil colors, gives banana ice-cream its artificial flavor * Benzil acetat, used as a nitro diluent, gives the ice-cream the yummy taste of strawberry and color comes from an artificial color (E-) * Etil acetat, used as a cleaning agent for leathers and fabrics, gives the acidic flavor of pineapple.
Di Cianni G Volpe L Benzil. Prevalence and risk factors for gestational diabetes assessed by universal screening.
Webster, "Reactions of anthranilamide and o-aminoacetophenone with benzil and benzoin," Journal of Organic Chemistry, vol.
Imidazoles (Scheme 20) can also be obtained by multicomponent reaction using benzil, 2.16.1, aldehydes, 2.16.2, andamines, 2.16.3, in the presence of metal nanoparticles as a catalyst.