Definitions

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  • noun An alcohol, such as ethylene glycol or catechol, containing two hydroxy groups per molecule.

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  • noun organic chemistry any organic compound having two hydroxy functional groups

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  • noun any of a class of alcohols having 2 hydroxyl groups in each molecule

Etymologies

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From di- + -ol.

Examples

  • This kind of motion, if it were to occur in the ene-diol of G6P could add the C-2 proton to the flip face and produce mannose-6-P.

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  • Wema Wemeta, Negana i bukek diol, di Njami, i-diol de Kak

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  • The mutagenic activity of 0.05 nmol of BP 7,8-diol-9,10-epoxide-2 towards strain TA 100 of S. typhimurium was inhibited 50% by incubation of the bacteria and the diol-epoxide with myricetin (2 nmol), robinetin (2.5 nmol), luteolin (5 nmol), quercetin (5 nmol),

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  • The monoetherified diols according to the present invention are produced by reacting the diol with a halogenated alcohol CHOR1R2 in the presence of a catalyst acid.

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  • C.1000 provides a potent dosage of this key vitamin and is blended with Bioflavonoids, which help promote the function of Vitamin C. Vitamin C.is a reducing sugar (has a reactive ene-diol structure) that is involved in biochemical processes such as hydroxylation of proline and lysine utilized in the formation of collagen and healthy connective tissue.

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  • Seeking to compliment AA's strengths, 25-R-diol was selected as the second powerhouse of this stack.

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  • The monoetherified diols according to the present invention are produced by reacting the diol with a halogenated alcohol CHOR1R2 in the presence of a catalyst acid.

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  • The monoetherified diols according to the present invention are produced by reacting the diol with a halogenated alcohol CHOR1R2 in the presence of a catalyst acid.

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  • The monoetherified diols according to the present invention are produced by reacting the diol with a halogenated alcohol CHOR1R2 in the presence of a catalyst acid.

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  • The monoethers of the diamondoid diols are produced by reacting the diamondoid diol with a halogenated alcohol CHOR1R2 in the presence of a catalyst acid.

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