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- adj. Containing an allyl group, an alkene hydrocarbon group with the formula H2C=CH-CH2-
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or belonging to allyl: as, an allylic sulphid.
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- adj. of or pertaining to the allyl radical
He discovered one certain type of solvent called allylic alcohols that turned off the oxidation.
Aconitate isomerase catalyzes the interconversion of cis - and trans-aconitate by a 1, 3 allylic rearrangement that uses the (pro-S) hydrogens of the two substrates.
In 1980 he carried out successful experiments that led to a practical method for the catalytic asymmetric oxidation of allylic alcohols to chiral epoxides.
The allylic alcohol is oxidised to the epoxide (R) - glycidol using the oxidising agent tertiary butylhydroperoxide in the presence of a catalyst.
"Using allylic alcohol removes that chemical imperative for a company to make up their solutions and make the films very quickly."
Oxatriquinacene, the first stable allylic oxonium ion, is more reactive than oxatriquinane yet significantly more stable than simple alkyl oxonium salts.
Instead of producing a shift in double-bond position, the enzyme modification had yielded three completely new products - two variations of a hydroxylated product called an allylic alcohol and a fatty acid containing two double bonds.
(4S) - limonene is hydroxy - lated regiospecifically and stereospecifically at C6 to give (-) - trans-carveol as the sole product, (4R) - limonene leads to multiple products indicating allylic rearrangement [5,9]; overview ) [1, 5] P?
We describe a mutant of the castor acyl-ACP desaturase (T117R / G188L / D280K) that converts stearoyl-ACP into the allylic alcohol trans-isomer (E) - 10-18: 1-9-OH via a cis isomer (