benzylic


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benzylic

(bɛnˈzaɪlɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) relating to benzyl
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Adj.1.benzylic - relating to benzyl
chemical science, chemistry - the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
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4 Hz, 2H, H-2'' and H-6'') in the aromatic region of its 1 H-NMR spectrum along with a benzylic methylene singlet at I' 4.
The methylol group of the hydroxylmethylolated cardanol, being unstable under acidic conditions, would lose water readily to form a benzylic carbonium ion.
The MSD system is a rational approach to controlling crosslinking rates and yields [23], It is based on the trapping of macro-radicals by C=C addition to give a benzylic radical that is susceptible to fragmentation (Scheme 6) [24, 25].
Deshpande developed polymers with allylic or benzylic amide groups covalently bonded to the polymer molecules.
This compound was prepared from o-xylene by benzylic bromination with NBS [NBS (2.
A hydrogen atom attached to the carbon appears to cause a benzylic side chain to twist, which might also explain the reduced activity.
Maradur; Oxidation of Aliphatic and Benzylic Alcohols by Oxone[R], Catalysed by 12-Tungstocobaltate (II), Catal.
This, however must be followed by amide hydrolysis and equilibration at the benzylic centre, to give the threo isomer of the ritalinic acid.
Examples of C-H metabolism include arene oxidation, and oxidation of alkyl and benzylic sites.
Their topics include microwave-assisted separations, metal-catalyzed eletrophilic processes in ionic liquids, the greening of free radical benzylic bromination, and inhibitory effects of green additives on the crystal growth of sparingly soluble salts.