from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of rendering aromatic; aromatic flavoring.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The act of impregnating or secting with aroma.
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- noun organic chemistry The
conversionof aliphaticcomponents of petroleuminto aromatic compoundsas part of the refiningprocess.
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How essentially identical aggression is modulated in non-breeding life history stages is not fully resolved, but despite low circulating levels of testosterone outside the breeding season, expression of territorial aggression does appear to be dependent upon aromatization of testosterone and an estrogen receptor-mediated mechanism.
IRR is driven by price at acquisition, cash yields, partial recoveries from defaults, and principal aromatization.
The figure (left panel) shows the structures of furin-Eda peptide (II) and its cyclized form (IIa) following Bergman cyclo-aromatization reaction.
Our postulate is based on the speculation that the potency of binding will be increased upon cyclo-aromatization reaction due to increased π-stacking interaction.
(IIa) (Fig. 2B) via Bergman cyclo-aromatization reaction.
Energy minimized 3D model structures of furin-Eda-peptide before and after Bergman cyclo-aromatization reaction were computed using hyperchem program and the structures were depicted in
This occurred via in situ generation of bis-radicals by Bergman cyclo-aromatization reaction
Enediynes are known to undergo Bergman cyco-aromatization reaction even under mild condition (32).
Nolvadex, again, does not prevent aromatization but acts as an estrogen antagonist.
It is a natural product effective for the disinfection, cleaning and aromatization of washable surfaces.