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- n. Plural form of nitrile.
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Members of the crucifer family are excellent sources of isothiocyanates, indoles, thiocyanates, and nitriles, chemicals that may protect against some cancers.
He used the agents to prepare and study the more exotic alcohols, ketones, keto-esters, nitriles and terpene compounds and he developed a method for the synthesis of fulvenes.
During the period 1901 to 1905, together with Senderens, I showed that nickel is very suitable for the direct hydrogenation of nitriles into amines and, no less important, of aldehydes and acetones into corresponding alcohols.
They may be prepared by converting nitriles into amidoximes by the action of hydroxylamine, the amidoximes so formed being then acylated by acid chlorides or anhydrides.
Because nitriles are formed in this system it is possible that the above polymers result from nitrile condensation reactions.
The interaction of a protein called epithiospecifier protein (ESP) with myrosinase diverts the reaction toward the production of epithionitriles or nitriles depending on the glucosinolate structure.
For the Optical Remote Sensing instruments, CIRS focused on mapping temperatures, trace hydrocarbons, nitriles and oxygen compounds in Titan's stratosphere along with searching for weak isotopes and new gas species.