- n. Plural form of alkene.
“I know I am totally not making sense, cos that's exactly how we JC people turn out after a massive exercise of the brain, whereby we do, or at least I've done, alkenes, solubility product, DC Circuit tutorials.”
“The molecules detected by the research team occur naturally in the presence of alkenes, chemical compounds which are mostly released by plants.”
“The greatest cooling effect could be potentially felt in areas where there are high concentrations of both alkenes and pollutants, which enable the biradicals to react.”
“Olefins, or alkenes, are compounds that have carbon-carbon double bonds; reactions using catalysts that break those bonds create other new and useful carbon carbon double bond molecules.”
“This, the authors surmise, is linked to some of the facile combinatorial-type reactions used to prepare them, particularly ones that leave enones or exo-alkenes in the final structures.”
“And all sort of keto-heterocycles with conjugated exo alkenes make the list.”
“Main Group elements - and transition metal-promoted carboxylation of organic substrates (alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, aromatics and others)”
“Im Bonded to one of my many look-a-likes You guessed it, I am one of those halogens Youve got pi bonds I get repulsive Here comes my not so strong dipole moment Put us together, well react and youll find that my Twin and I are on different sides (of you) Carbon chains with double bonds are alkenes Add me in and we can make a really good te-e-eam Just you and me.”
“The chemistry builds on a procedure recently developed in our laboratories, permitting catalytic enantioselective oxygen transfer to alkenes over a short timescale, in the presence of as little as 0.1 mol% of catalyst.”
“The first blaze was on July 7 at an alkenes plant.”
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