Definitions

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  • n. Either the univalent or the divalent radicals derived from oxalic acid by removal of one or two hydrogen atoms

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A hydrocarbon radical (C2O2) regarded as a residue of oxalic acid and occurring in derivatives of it.
  • n. An old name for carbonyl.
  • n. An old name for carboxyl.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In chem., the hypothetical radical of oxalic acid, C2O2.
  • n. The radical, C2O2, of oxalic acid.

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Examples

  • Activated DMSO, resulting from reaction of DMSO with electrophiles, such as oxalyl chloride (Swern oxidation),

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  • NurdRage comes with a lot of caveats: the synthesis of TCPO from trichlorophenol and oxalyl chloride is relatively straightforward as syntheses go, and the starting materials are much easier to acquire than TCPO itself, but they're still not at all grocery-store type compounds.

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  • This video from YouTuber NurdRage comes with a lot of caveats: the synthesis of TCPO from trichlorophenol and oxalyl chloride is relatively straightforward as syntheses go, and the starting materials are much easier to acquire than TCPO itself, but they're still not at all grocery-store type compounds.

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  • K.H.; Burghard, H.; Guenzler, V.: Inhi - bition of prolyl 4-hydroxylase by oxalyl amino acid derivatives in vitro, in isolated microsomes and in embryonic chicken tissues.

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  • (oxalyl-b-alanine) [60] 1. 4-1.6 (succinate, calculated from the slopes or intercepts [29]) [29] 1.5

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