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CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC AGENT
ELEMENTARY SUBSTANCE
STARTING
CHEMIST
GLUCOSE
AMINO ACIDS
ENZYMES
INTERACTION
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION
CHARACTERIZATION
METHOD
ESTERS
HEPCIDIN
NITROGEN ATOM
OXIDATION
PART
IONIC LIQUIDS
ORGANIC SYNTHESIS
ESSENTIAL ROLE
ISOMERS
STRONG BASE
REACTING
WATER
METHYLENE CHLORIDE
OXYGEN ATOM
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
COMPLETE LACK
CHEMISTRIES
CHEMISTRY
ETHANOL
METHANOL
CATALYST
COMPOUND
SOLVENT
ANILINE
HYDROGEN
CARBON MONOXIDE
CH3
COLORLESS
ALDOL
SYNTHESIS
SALT
ENG
OXYGEN
OXIDIZING AGENT
ACETIC
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Definitions

  1. CHEM is a television station.

Chemotherapeutic Agent

  1. Chem. 270: 26116-22) can be used to test the ability of alpha emitting radionuclides and a chemotherapeutic agent to suppress tumor growth in vivo. (Web site)

Elementary Substance

  1. See Calx.] (Chem.) An elementary substance; a metal which combined with oxygen forms lime. (Web site)

Starting

  1. Chem. Soc. 64, 1925 (1942), starting with an appropriate nitrile. (Web site)

Chemist

  1. See also S. H. Heath, "The making of a physical chemist: the education and early researches of Henry Eyring," J. Chem. (Web site)

Glucose

  1. Chem. Soc., 78, 5907 (1956)), the same enzymic treatment produces glucose alone, indicate that the glucans have the structure mentioned above. (Web site)

Amino Acids

  1. Chem. 279 23349-23356 (2004) but with defined amino acids and glucose (0.5%) instead of NZ amine, yeast extract and glycerol. (Web site)
  2. The N-α-amino-Boc protected amino acids used to add to the peptide chain being synthesized are readily available from commercial sources (e.g., Sigma Chem. (Web site)

Enzymes

  1. Stanley M. Roberts, Preparative biotransformations: the employment of enzymes and whole-cells in synthetic organic chemistry, J. Chem. (Web site)

Interaction

  1. Chem. (1996) Interaction of PKN with alpha-actinin.

Chemical Composition

  1. Plank, T., and C. Langmuir, The chemical composition of subducting sediment and its consequence for the crust and mantle, Chem. (Web site)

Characterization

  1. Chem. (2003) Characterization of a novel giant scaffolding protein, CG-NAP, that anchors multiple signaling enzymes to centrosome and the golgi apparatus.
  2. Characterization of cardiac troponin subunit release into serum after acute myocardial infarction and comparison of assays for troponin T and I. Clin Chem.

Method

  1. Chem. Soc. 121, 7975-7976 (1999) discloses a method of wiring a carbon nanotube horizontally to a substrate. (Web site)

Esters

  1. The reaction of esters with hydroxylamine, normally a standard procedure for preparing hydroxamic acids, has been used by M. Narita et al, Bull.Chem.Soc.

Hepcidin

  1. Chem., 136:7-23), thereby allowing for the analysis of picomolar quantities of a hepcidin protein. (Web site)

Nitrogen Atom

  1. Chem., 45, 3172 (1980), which features the N-alkylation of heterocyclic nitrogen compounds containing a labile hydrogen atom bonded to the nitrogen atom. (Web site)

Oxidation

  1. Chem. Soc. 118: 950-958, 1996 state that diethanolamine derivatisation provides protection against possible boronic acid oxidation.

Part

  1. Chem. 2002, 277, 38954 38964) and modification of this part of the molecule may cause loss of biological activity. (Web site)
  2. The next part of the blood panel is called the chemistry panel (chem panel), also called the biochemistry panel (bcp).

Ionic Liquids

  1. Ionic liquids and some of their commercial applications are described, for example, in J. Chem. (Web site)

Organic Synthesis

  1. Ionic liquids are known in organic synthesis (Chem.

Essential Role

  1. Chem. (2003) Essential role of a GXXXG motif for membrane channel formation by Helicobacter pylori vacuolating toxin.

Isomers

  1. M. D. Jackson and T. I. Bieber, Applications of degree distribution, 2: construction and enumeration of isomers in the alkane series, J. Chem.

Strong Base

  1. Chem., 1985, 4, 529), however, use of strong base such as sodium hydride is necessary to carry out this reaction.

Reacting

  1. Chem. Soc., 1975, 97, 1575-1579, consists in reacting a chloromethylated PS-DVB resin with an excess of ammonia. (Web site)

Water

  1. Reaction with water is particularly dangerous in presence with mineral acids (e.g., nitric, perchloric, sulfuric acid) [Chem.

Methylene Chloride

  1. Chem. Acta 36, 806 (1953)] is suspended in 50 ml of methylene chloride and treated with 5 ml of thionyl chloride and 5 drops of dimethylformamide.

Oxygen Atom

  1. In an available process for producing 2',3'-dideoxyinosine (DDI), the oxygen atom at the 2'- or 3'-position of the nucleoside is eliminated (see Chem. (Web site)

Hydrogen Peroxide

  1. Chem. (1983) 259 5596) have been shown to catalyze the conversion of hydrogen peroxide to singlet oxygen and water. (Web site)

Complete Lack

  1. Chem., 68, 668 (1979)] and the complete lack of antitumor activity of the cyclopentenyl (unsaturated) analogue of CPE-C with arabinosyl stereochemistry. (Web site)

Chemistries

  1. Chem., 28, 89 (1990) this functionalization limits the choice of chemistries to introduce functional groups, however.

Chemistry

  1. You'll have to learn even more chemistry to effectively use Chem.

Ethanol

  1. Chem. Soc. Jap., 39, 1342 (1966), o-aminoaryl carboxylic acid is dissolved in ethanol and hydrochloric acid added. (Web site)

Methanol

  1. Drying the resulting crystals removes the methanol and water in the crystals to give calcium pantothenate (M. Inagaki et al., Chem. (Web site)
  2. Matouq et al., "Combined process for production of methyl tert-butyl ether from tert-butyl alcohol and methanol," J. Chem.

Catalyst

  1. Another process using divalent iron as catalyst and hydrogen peroxide as oxidant has been reported for direct hydroxylation of benzene to phenol (J. Chem. (Web site)
  2. Widely used in the presence of an acid catalyst for the preparation of cyclic ethylidene acetals of diols including sugars: J. Chem.

Compound

  1. Chem. 29 (8), 1474-1479 (1983)), chemiluminescence occurs by reaction with basic hydrogen peroxide in a way as shown schematically for compound 2 in FIG. 1. (Web site)

Solvent

  1. Chem. 1983, 26, 935, using ethanol as solvent and performing the reaction at approximately 0.degree. (Web site)

Aniline

  1. Chem.Heterocycl.Compd.; 21; 12; 1985; 1355-1362; You probobly want to know a little about reductive amination of aniline with your piperidone, too. (Web site)

Hydrogen

  1. Murakami et al., "Chemisorption of hydrogen into a graphite-potassium intercalation compound C.sub.8K studied by means of position annihilation", J. Chem.

Carbon Monoxide

  1. Water gas (Chem.), a kind of gas made by forcing steam over glowing coals, whereby there results a mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide.

Ch3

  1. Methyl ether (Chem.), a light, volatile ether CH3.O.CH3, obtained by the etherification of methyl alcohol; -- called also methyl oxide or dimethyl ether.

Colorless

  1. Methyl amine (Chem.), a colorless, inflammable, alkaline gas, CH3.NH2, having an ammoniacal, fishy odor.
  2. Carbonic oxide (Chem.), a colorless gas, CO, of a light odor, called more correctly carbon monoxide.

Aldol

  1. Chem. Ind. 12: 390–394. ^ Mestres R. (2004). "A green look at the aldol reaction". (Web site)

Synthesis

  1. Chem., 38, 3673-3677 (1973), compounds with the latter leaving group by the method of Subramanian, et al., Synthesis, 293-294 (1973).
  2. Chem. 93, 495-499 (1989) discloses the synthesis of poly(o-toluidine), poly(m-toluidine) and poly(o-ethylaniline), by chemical and electrochemical syntheses. (Web site)
  3. Part I. The Synthesis of Homo-and isoHomo-pilopic Acids of r-Pilocarpine and r-isoPilocarpidine by New Methods and the Resolution of r-Pilocarpine", S. Chem. (Web site)

Salt

  1. Proto salt (Chem.), a salt derived from a protoxide base or analogous compound. (Web site)
  2. Salt of soda (Old Chem.), sodium carbonate. (Web site)
  3. Per salt (Old Chem.), a salt supposed to be derived from a peroxide base or analogous compound. (Web site)

Eng

  1. Eng. Chem. Res., 37 (1998) 1243), which showed a greater loss in surface area for a liquid phase than for a near-critical CO.sub.2 phase.

Oxygen

  1. Oxy salt (Chem.), a salt derived from an oxygen acid. (Web site)
  2. Sulpho salt (Chem.), a salt analogous to an oxy salt, but containing sulphur in place of oxygen. (Web site)

Oxidizing Agent

  1. In addition, in the method for producing carboxylic acid by oxidation of ketone, nitric acid is used as the oxidizing agent (Chem. (Web site)

Acetic

  1. Chem., 48, 843 (1983) that free amino adds are racemized in the presence of aldehydes in acetic acid.
  2. Vinegar lamp (Chem.), a fanciful name of an apparatus designed to oxidize alcohol to acetic acid by means of platinum.

Categories

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