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Symbol for Gibbs energy
Method for the synthesis of primary alkylamines in which a key step is the formation of a carbon-nitrogen bond by alkylation of the potassium salt or phthalimide. FIG
Term describing the position relative to each other two substituents on adjacent atoms when the angle between their bonds is on the order of 60Â°. Atoms X and Y in the structure shown are gauche to each other. FIG
Describing substituents or atoms attached to the same atom
A dihalide of the form R2CX2, in which the two halogen substituents are located on the same carbon
The hydrate R2C(OH)2 of an aldehyde or a ketone.
the name of a drug as designated by the U.S. Adopted Names Council.
The relationship between triplets of nucleotide bases in messenger RNA and amino acids incorporated into a protein in DNA-directed protein biosynthesis.
The aggregate of all the genes that determine what an organism becomes
The study of genome sequences and their function
The free energy (energy available to do work) of a system
An approximately spherically shaped protein that forms a colloidal dispersion in water. Most enzymes are globular proteins.
A Polysaccharide present in animals that is derived from glucose. Similar in structure to amylopectin
Biochemical process in which glucose is converted to pyruvate with release of energy
A carbohydrate derivative in which the hydroxyl group at the anomeric position has been replaced by some other group. An O-glycoside is an ether of a carbohydrate in which the anomeric position bears an alkoxy group.
A copolymer of monomer A and D in which branches of poly-A are attached to a poly-B main chain
A common name for ethanol (CH3CH2OH)
An organomagnesium compound of the type RMgX formed by the reaction of magnesium with an alkyl or aryl halide.