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  • n. Plural form of carbonyl.

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Examples

  • Institute of Technology in 1950, I began to return to my first interest as a student - transition metal complexes such as carbonyls and olefin complexes.

    Geoffrey Wilkinson - Autobiography

  • Such chemicals differ in size, properties and origin, and can range from isoprene, monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes, and so-called green leaf and herbivore-induced volatiles to oxygenated volatile organic compounds such as carbonyls, acids and alcohols.

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  • "The identification of multifunctional compounds, such as carbonyls and amines, present in the ultrafine particles, made it possible for us to estimate the Asthma Hazard Index for these compounds," he said.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • "The identification of multifunctional compounds, such as carbonyls and amines, present in the ultrafine particles, made it possible for us to estimate the Asthma Hazard

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  • "Reactions of ozone with human skin lipids: Sources of carbonyls, dicarbonyls, and hydroxycarbonyls in indoor air"

    Bad Press for Sleeping Babies

  • He found "astonishingly high levels of reactive carbonyls" in those beverages.

    Speedlinking 9/19/07

  • Each of these carbonyls decomposes under slightly different conditions, allowing a mixture of metal carbonyls to be separated into its pure components by successive decomposition, one metal at a time.29

    The Case for Mars

  • That the typical cotton cellulose breaks down finally under the action of sulphuric acid to dextrose cannot be held to prove the aldehydic position of the carbonyls in the unit groups of the actual cellulose molecule or aggregate.

    Researches on Cellulose 1895-1900

  • A-C show box plots of substitution scores for the three hydrogen-bond types from a side chain: hydrogen bonds to amides (NH/nh), to carbonyls (CO/co), and to other side chains (SC/sc).

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  • In 2007, Rutgers University researchers reported that high fructose corn syrup contains astonishingly high levels of reactive carbonyls, which can lead to oxidative damage of retinal proteins, according to Pennathur S and colleagues who published a study in the June 17, 2005 issue of Journal of Biological Chemistry addressing the potentially damaging effect of reactive carbonyls and polyunsaturated fatty acids on retinal proteins.

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