methoxyl


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methoxyl

(mɪˈθɒksɪl)
n
(Chemistry) a radical, CH3O-
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The methoxyl proton (I' 3.62) also exhibited HMBC interaction with the carbon at I' 153.9, indicating as one group must be methylcarbamate.
It also covers various types of segmentation such as by geography [United States, China, European Union & Rest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)], by product /end user type [, High Methoxyl Pectin (HMP) & Low Methoxyl Pectin (LMP)], by applications [Supermarkets and Hypermarkets, Independent Retailers, Specialty Stores & Other] in overall market.
Common anthocyanidins found in fruits and vegetables are cyanidin, pelargonidin, delphinidin, malvidin, petunidin and peonidin, which are having a different number and position of the hydroxyl and methoxyl group substituents (31).
With a hyperbranched macromolecular structure, lignin is composed of three different phenylpropane units: p-coumaryl alcohol, coniferyl alcohol, and sinapyl alcohol and contains various functional groups, like hydroxyl, carboxyl acid, methoxyl, ether, and ester groups [11].
We also demonstrated that the cytotoxic activity of sinensetin, which has methoxyl groups, was lower than that of other flavonoids.
Adding 1.0% amidated low methoxyl (ALM) pectin increased the firmness of restructured fish gels, but additional levels of ALM pectin disrupted the interaction with fish meat gels [35].
From the chemical shift of C-11 ([[delta].sub.c] 76.2) in compound 5, it can be concluded that the methoxyl group had an [alpha]-configuration as reported for saikosaponin-[b.sub.4].
Effects of methoxyl content on anti-cholesterol activity of pectic substances in the rat.
Its [.sup.1]H-NMR showed at the aromatic(ABX system) region i.e., of five methoxyl protons and four protons in the.
These compounds have aromatic rings with one or more hydroxyl groups or methoxyl [17].
Citrus limonum peels contained appreciable quantities of cellulose and hemi-cellulose contents which have high adsorption efficiency due to the presence of large quantities of hydroxyl, methoxyl, and carbonyl groups that can adsorb various contaminants from waste water.