Huang, "Excess molar volumes and surface tensions of trimethylbenzene with tetrahydrofuran, tetrachloromethane
and dimethyl sulfoxide at 298.15 K," Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, vol.
Recently, ionic liquid was used in the reaction of N,N-dimethylaniline with tetrachloromethane
to produce MBDMA in the highest yield of 61% .
The free radical-scavenging activities in vitro were evaluated using both exogenous and endogenous systems, and its protective effects against oxidative damages in living organisms induced by tetrachloromethane
(C[Cl.sub.4]) or a high-fat diet were explored.
Lead, nickel, zinc, copper, phenol, p- and ra-cresol, tetrachloromethane
(carbon tetrachloride), monobutyltin, dibutyltin 16 Vaana R.
The average reaction rate constant was 3.22 0.36 (A-10-9, mol.s-1), and EA half-life was 4.48 0.52 (h) in the tetrachloromethane
The fractured surfaces of samples were etched with tetrachloromethane
for 24 h to observe phase morphology in more detail.
Formaldehyde, formic acid, and tetrachloromethane
were purchased from Xilong Chemical Co., Ltd., China.
Barkauskas et al. described the treatment of carbon nanotubes with tetrachloromethane
, what facilitated increasing the amount of chlorine up to 6.8 at.% in the carbon phase.
In the future, we will examine whether nobiletin could also affect chemical-induced carcinogenesis in vivo, and design an animal model for the inhibition of hepatoma induced by HGF or tetrachloromethane
. Additional in vivo studies are needed to define (1) whether the observed effects of nobiletin on liver metastasis (2) discover the molecular mechanism for the antimetastatic effect of nobiletin.
High hepatotropic effect is attributed to tetrachloromethane
(C[Cl.sub.4]), which its biotransformation is associated with the functioning of cytochrome P450-dependent monooxygenase system and free radicals production .