diol


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di·ol

 (dī′ôl, -ŏl)
n.
An alcohol, such as ethylene glycol or catechol, containing two hydroxy groups per molecule.
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diol

(ˈdaɪɒl)
n
(Chemistry) chem any of a class of alcohols that have two hydroxyl groups in each molecule. Also called: glycol or dihydric alcohol
[from di-1 + (alcoh)ol]
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Noun1.diol - any of a class of alcohols having 2 hydroxyl groups in each molecule
alcohol - any of a series of volatile hydroxyl compounds that are made from hydrocarbons by distillation
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The growing hair care industry and rising consumer spending will anticipate the growth of ethylhexane diol market.
"Duranol W8011 is a high-quality water dispersible polycarbonate diol which can be used as polyol or additive in a wide range of applications.
Four different polyols used in this study are shown in Table 1: polycarbonate diol (MW: 2000, C2090, Kuraray, Japan) based on 1,6-hexanediol/3-methyl-1 and 5-pentane diol (MPD) and polyester diol (polyadipate diol, MW: 2000, P2010, Kuraray, Japan) based on 1,4-butanediol/MPD were used as polyols containing 3-methyl-1,5-pentanediol (MPD).
ALLO and DIOL biosynthesis requires brain 5[alpha]-reductase 1 (5[alpha]-Red1) and 3[alpha]-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (3[alpha]-HSD).
Foaming agents, including a catalyst, a surfactant and the blowing agent, were added to the blends of (polyether triol)/ (polyether diol) and stirred at 2500 rpm for 20 s.
Figure-2 showed the comparison of degradation of PAH diol epoxides in extracellular medium of both models.Figure-3 represented the comparison of the formation of PAH tetrols whereas in Figure-4 the comparison of PAH conjugated in nucleus was seen.
niger yielded p-menthan-3,7 diol (71) (Scheme 25), while (-)-menthol (72) afforded p-menthan-3,9-diol (73) (Asakawa et al.
Loria, "The neuro-steroid, 3[beta] androstene 17[alpha] diol exhibits potent cytotoxic effects on human malignant glioma and lymphoma cells through different programmed cell death pathways," British Journal of Cancer, vol.
said Tuesday it will raise the price of diol products in Japan and other parts of Asia effective for shipments on or after May 1 due to tight supply of the chemical used for making an environmentally friendly coating material among other products.
It uses polar materials such as amino cyano, diol, and silanol as its stationary phase, so is sometimes called reverse reversed-phase or aqueous normal phase.
The plots of [k.sub.1] vs [diol] for each diol are initially linear passing through origin and tend to obtain limiting value, bending towards horizontal axis (Figure 2).