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CHARGE
BONDS
LACK
CARBONYL GROUP
SIDE CHAIN
SIDE CHAINS
OXYGEN
ETHERS
HALOGEN ATOMS
CRYSTALLINE FORM
RELATIVE LACK
COMPOUNDS
NOBLE GASES
CHEMICAL REACTIVITY
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Charge

  1. Twenty kinds of side chains varying in size, shape, charge, bonding capacity, and chemical reactivity are commonly found in proteins.

Bonds

  1. One reason for their low chemical reactivity is the strength of the C C and C H bonds.

Lack

  1. Quartz's hardness, lack of chemical reactivity and near lack of cleavage give granite a significant amount of its desirable durable properties.

Carbonyl Group

  1. The polarity of the carbonyl group also has a profound effect on its chemical reactivity, compared with the non-polar double bonds of alkenes.

Side Chain

  1. This side chain, which uniquely characterizes each alpha-amino acid, determines the molecules overall size, shape, chemical reactivity, and charge.

Side Chains

  1. This section will dealing predominantly with the chemical reactivity of the side chains, which is important in understanding the properties of the proteins.

Oxygen

  1. The chemical reactivity of aldehydes and ketones is primarily due to the difference in electronegativity between carbon and oxygen.
  2. Oxygen: Terrestrial abundance, isolation, properties and chemical reactivity.

Ethers

  1. Ethers in general are of very low chemical reactivity.

Halogen Atoms

  1. The chemical reactivity of halogen atoms depends on both their point of attachment to the lead and the nature of the halogen.

Crystalline Form

  1. The chemical reactivity of boron depends on its form; generally, the crystalline form is far less reactive than the amorphous form.

Relative Lack

  1. Thanks to their relative lack of chemical reactivity, ethers have proven to be useful protective groups for alcohols and phenols.

Compounds

  1. These compounds exhibit low chemical reactivity and for many decades were thought to undergo biodegradation only in the presence of free oxygen.

Noble Gases

  1. Noble gases are commonly used in lighting because of their lack of chemical reactivity.

Chemical Reactivity

  1. The presence of carbon-carbon double or triple bonds in hydrocarbons markedly increases their chemical reactivity.
  2. Chemical reactivity of noble gases, preparation, structure and bonding of noble gas compounds.

Categories

  1. Nature > Chemistry > Chemical Elements > Noble Gases
  2. Amorphous Form
  3. Triple Bonds
  4. Relative Lack
  5. Crystalline Form
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