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- n. Plural form of diene.
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In this reaction, which was developed already in 1928, organic compounds containing two double bonds ( "dienes") can effect the syntheses of many cyclic organic substances.
In the past years the synthesis of dienes has, to be sure, achieved more than you could either foresee or predict when you wrote your paper.
Since 1928 the synthesis of dienes has been developed in various directions by numerous workers, and its significance has become more and more obvious.
Most esteemed colleagues: in recognition of your services to chemistry through the discovery and development of the synthesis of dienes, the Royal Academy of Sciences has decided to award you the Nobel Prize for this year.
Slide 19: Dienes, Trienes, and Polyenes For alkenes containing two or more double bonds, x change the infix - en - to - adien -, - atrien -, etc. en adien atrien • those containing several double bonds are often referred more generally as polyenes • following are three dienes 1,4Pen tadien e 2Methyl1,3bu tadiene 1,3Cyclop entadien e (Isoprene)
A1, apolipoprotein B-100, oxidized LDL cholesterol, thiobarbituric acid-reactive substances, and conjugated dienes.
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