trisubstituted

trisubstituted

(traɪˈsʌbstɪˌtjuːtɪd)
adj
(Chemistry) having three substituted radicals or atoms
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Moreover, the bands corresponding to the trisubstituted benzene ring (in plane C=H bending mode) are very intense and sharp.
Similarly, the 2, 4, 5 trisubstituted 1, 3-diazacyclopenta-2, 4-diene containing thiosemicarbazide group are found to show remarkable biological activities against microbes.
The presence of signals with ABX multiplicity pattern at [[delta].sub.H] 6.88 (1H, dd, J = 8.1, 1.2 Hz, H-6') and [[delta].sub.H] 6.73 (1H, dd, J = 2.1, 8.1Hz, H = 2', 5') suggest a trisubstituted phenyl ring B.
The result showed that [sup.1]HNMR gives two sets of doublet ([delta]0.98, J = 6.0 Hz, H-30; [delta]1.00, J = 7.5 Hz, 3H, H-29) of two secondary methyl groups, five tertiary methyl groups ([delta]1.21, H-23; 1.23, H-27; 1.04, H-25; 1.01, H-26; 0.87, H-24), and a trisubstituted olefinic double bond ([delta]5.52, brs) for H-12.
Examples may include the trisubstituted acridine compound BRACO-19 and, more recently, a series of new triazole-linked acridine ligands, for example, GL15 and GL7, with enhanced selectivity for human telomeric GQ binding versus duplex DNA binding.
Trisubstituted organotins, such as tributyltin (TBT), were previously used as biocides for antifouling paints to slow the growth of aquatic organisms, but they are now extremely restricted for use in inland waterways.
Some authors also have reported that the kinetic diffusion of the less-stable disubstituted anthocyanins is faster than that of the trisubstituted ones.
The reaction of acetylenes with organoalane-zirconocene dichloride complexes as a route to stereo- and regio-defined trisubstituted olefins.
Drazepinone a trisubstituted tetrahydronaphthofuroazepinone with herbicidal activity produced by Drechslera siccans.
Synthesis and antimicrobial activity of some of new 1,1,3- trisubstituted cyclobutane-containing thiazoles, succinimide and phthalimide derivatives.
The whole series of 11 studied BAs comprises nonsubstituted (CnA), monosubstituted (lithocholic acid, LCA), disubstituted (deoxycholic acid, DCA, and derivatives chenodeoxycholic, ursodeoxycholic, and hyodeoxycholic acids, CDCA, UDCA, and HDCA, resp.), and trisubstituted (cholic acid, CA, and dehydroderivatives, 3DHDCA, DHDCA, 3DHCA, and DHCA) cholanic acids.