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*  List of IARC Group 3 carcinogens
4-Epoxy-6-methylcyclohexylmethyl-3,4-epoxy-6-methylcyclo-hexanecarboxylate cis-9,10-Epoxystearic acid Estazolam Ethionamide ... compounds Chromium, metallic Chrysene Chrysoidine CI Acid Orange 3 Cimetidine Cinnamyl anthranilate CI Pigment Red 3 Citrinin ... Selenium and selenium compounds Semicarbazide hydrochloride Seneciphylline Senkirkine Sepiolite Shikimic acid Silica, amorphous ... Isophosphamide Isopropanol Isopropyl oils Isosafrole Jacobine Kaempferol Kojic acid Lauroyl peroxide Lead compounds, organic ...
*  1,2,4,5-Tetrabromobenzene
Due to their pronounced π-conjugation such compounds could be potentially applied as optical brighteners, OLED materials or ... 4-epoxy-1,4-dihydronaphthalene (6,7-dibromonaphthalene-1,4-endoxide) in 70% yield. When 2,5-dialkylfurans (e.g. 2,5- (di-n- ... 5-tetrabromobenzene an interesting starting compound for nematic liquid crystals with crossed mesogens and for columnar ( ...
*  Shell Development Emeryville
Epoxy / carbon fiber and other advanced composites were also pioneered there. Shell polymer scientists revised the scientific ... and handling techniques and storage methods for these highly explosive compounds. Shell Development's labs also contributed ... In an early dramatization of the new material, Shell Development's team recorded and pressed a musical performance on epoxy ... Shell Development Emeryville scientists created the epoxy resins and expanded their applications. ...
*  Glossary of firearms terms
This is compounded by rapid firing, which heats and weakens the steel. trigger: A mechanism that actuates the firing sequence ... rifle bedding: a process of filling gaps between the action and the stock of a rifle with an epoxy based material. rifling: ... The look is created with an abrasive brush and compound that roughs the surface of the metal in a circular pattern. keyhole or ... pinfire: an obsolete type of brass cartridge in which the priming compound is ignited by striking a small pin that protrudes ...
*  Mk 153 Shoulder-Launched Multipurpose Assault Weapon (SMAW)
The launch tube is made of fiberglass-epoxy composite material with a gelcoat on the bore. The spotting rifle is mounted on the ... Each round consists of a special 9 mm projectile which contains a tracer compound, crimped into a 7.62×51mm NATO casing with a ...
*  Walter Brenner
Choosing the Right Epoxy for Optical Applications. Published in Photonics Spectra, Laurin Media, October 2012. Accessed October ... preliminary characterization and effect of various organic compounds as sulphide ion donors. Research Division, School of ... Room Temperature Curing Epoxy Resin Compositions High Temperature Service Capability for Fiber Reinforced Structures, Adhesives ... Brenner developed specialty systems including adhesives, sealants, coatings, and encapsulants that are primarily epoxy-based. ...
*  Dip moulding
Other materials are used, such as latex, leneoprene, polyurethanes, silicones and even epoxy. The plastic can be heated or not ... Dip-coating J. Leadbitter; J. A. Day; J. L. Ryan (1 January 1994). PVC: Compounds, Processing and Applications. iSmithers Rapra ...
*  Xanthophyll
The latter compound is the only known xanthophyll to contain a beta-ionone ring, and thus β-cryptoxanthin is the only ... The xanthophyll cycle involves the enzymatic removal of epoxy groups from xanthophylls (e.g. violaxanthin, antheraxanthin, ... The group of xanthophylls includes (among many other compounds) lutein, zeaxanthin, neoxanthin, violaxanthin, flavoxanthin, and ...
*  Epoxide hydrolase
Epoxides are highly reactive electrophilic compounds that form adducts with DNA and proteins and also cause strand breaks in ... Human EH3 is a recently characterized protein with epoxy hydrolase activity for metabolizing epoxyeicosatrienoic acids (EETs) ... The primary function of mEH is to convert potentially toxic xenobiotics and other compounds that possess epoxide residues ( ... Epoxide hydrolases (EH's), also known as epoxide hydratases, are enzymes that metabolize compounds that contain an epoxide ...
*  Wolff-Kishner reduction
The fragmentation of α,β-epoxy ketones to allylic alcohols has been extended to a synthetically useful process and is known as ... Slow addition of the hydrazone is not necessary and it was found that this procedure is better suited for carbonyl compounds ... However, this method can be superior over the related Clemmensen reduction for acid-sensitive compounds such as pyrroles and ... Several of the presented procedures require isolation of the hydrazone compound prior to reduction. This can be complicated by ...
*  Ammonium perchlorate
Some "breakable" epoxy adhesives contain suspensions of AP. Upon heating to 300 °C, the AP degrades the organic adhesive, ... Ammonium perchlorate ("AP") is an inorganic compound with the formula NH4ClO4. It is a colorless or white solid that is soluble ...
*  TRPA1
This compound elicits nociception in a mouse model through TrpA1 activation. Furthermore, PF-4840154 is superior to allyl ... The epoxide, 4,5-epoxy-8Z,11Z,14Z-eicosatrienoic acid (4,5-EET) made by the metabolism of arachidonic acid by any one of ... Activation of the TRPA1 ion channel by the olive oil phenolic compound oleocanthal appears to be responsible for the pungent or ... Macpherson LJ, Dubin AE, Evans MJ, Marr F, Schultz PG, Cravatt BF, Patapoutian A (Feb 2007). "Noxious compounds activate TRPA1 ...
*  Polyaspartic
... polyaspartic coatings are UV and light stable and will not yellow like aromatic epoxies, polyureas and polyurethanes. ... as the main component of the co-reactant for reaction with an aliphatic polyisocyanate in low to zero volatile organic compound ...
*  2,4,6-Tribromophenol
Fielman KT, Woodin SA, Lincoln DE (2001). "Polychaete indicator species as a source of natural halogenated organic compounds in ... The predominant use of TBP is as an intermediate in the preparation of flame retardants such as brominated epoxy resins. TBP is ...
*  Zinc borate
... is an inorganic compound, a borate of zinc. It is a white crystalline or amorphous powder insoluble in water. Its ... Zinc borate is used in polyvinyl chloride, polyolefins, polyamides, epoxy resins, polyesters, thermoplastic elastomers, rubbers ...
*  RTV silicone
... s can be cured with a catalyst consisting of either platinum or a tin compound such as dibutyltin dilaurate. ... RTV silicone rubber can be used to cast materials including wax, gypsum, low melt alloys/metals and urethane, epoxy or ... and epoxy). No release agent is required, obviating post-production cleanup. Silicones also exhibit good chemical resistance ...
*  Cardanol
It is used to make phenalkamines, which are used as curing agents for the durable epoxy coatings used on concrete floors. The ... This includes more than one compound because the composition of the side chain varies in its degree of unsaturation. Tri- ...
*  Ruthenium tetroxide
The main value of RuO4 is as an intermediate in the production of ruthenium compounds and metal from ores. Like other platinum ... Illustrative is the oxidation of the following diol to a carboxylic acid: Oxidation of epoxy alcohols also occurs without ... Ruthenium tetroxide (Ruthenium(VIII) oxide) is the inorganic compound with the formula RuO4. It is a colourless, diamagnetic ...
*  Picrotoxin
... , also known as cocculin, is a poisonous crystalline plant compound. It was first isolated by the French pharmacist ... an organoselenium-mediated reduction of an epoxy ketone, and a stereospecific construction of a glycidic ester. The last steps ... Picrotoxin is an equimolar mixture of two compounds, picrotoxinin (C15H16O6; CAS# 17617-45-7) and picrotin (C15H18O7; CAS# ... A mixture of two different compounds, picrotoxin occurs naturally in the fruit of the Anamirta cocculus plant, although it can ...
*  Bisphenol
The bisphenols (pronounced /ˈbɪs.fɪ.nɒl/) are a group of chemical compounds with two hydroxyphenyl functionalities. Most of ... its inside coating is often epoxy) with a bain-marie;[citation needed] use a pitcher material other than plastic, not a plastic ...
*  Sulfolene
The compound dissolves unaltered in concentrated acids (such as nitric acid or sulfuric acid) and can even be recrystallized ... 6,7-Dibromo-1,4-epoxy-1,4-dihydronaphthalene (6,7-Dibromonaphthalene-1,4-endoxide, accessible after debromination from 1,2,4,5- ... 20 bar and 60 °C yields sulfolane in yields of up to 65% only because of the poisoning of the catalyst by sulfur compounds. 3- ... On the contrary, 2-sulfolene does not homopolymerize, but forms copolymers with vinyl compounds, e.g. acrylonitrile and vinyl ...
*  Bargellini reaction
He discovered the structure given to the compound produced a carboxylic acid instead of a phenol as previously thought. In 1894 ... This trihalogenated product is subject to addition via a base-induced intramolecular etherification gem-dichloro epoxy. The ... His interest in coumarins, a recently isolated compound at the time, led Bargellini to experiment with multi-component ... an ironic twist to the history of the reaction since this was Bargellini's primary compound of interest and his own named ...
*  Allylic rearrangement
This is likely in cases when the allyl compound is unhindered, and a strong nucleophile is used. The products will be similar ... In this reaction sequence a Jacobson epoxidation adds an epoxy group to a diene which serves as the leaving group in reaction ... An allylic rearrangement or allylic shift is an organic reaction in which the double bond in an allyl chemical compound shifts ... 10.1002/ejoc.200600530 The active catalyst system in this reaction is a combination of a palladium pincer compound and p- ...
*  Alkenylsuccinic anhydrides
In these compounds, the alkene used is polyisobutylene. Such compounds are commonly used as reactive intermediates in the ... They find find use as hardeners for epoxy resins, as corrosion inhibitors in lubricating oils, as reactants in alkyd resins and ... Both compound classes are hydrophobic and therefore virtually insoluble in water - the solubility of the commonly used iso- ... a curing agent for epoxy resins". Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 33 (1): 49-65. doi:10.1002/app.1987.070330105. P.B. ...
*  Darzens reaction
If the starting material is an α-halo amide, the product is an α,β-epoxy amide. If an α-halo ketone is used, the product is an ... The product of the Darzens reaction can be reacted further to form various types of compounds. Hydrolysis of the ester can lead ... β-epoxy ester, also called a "glycidic ester". This reaction was discovered by the organic chemist Auguste George Darzens in ... α,β-epoxy ketone. Any sufficiently strong base can be used for the initial deprotonation. However, if the starting material is ...
*  Gas turbine
Turbo-compound engines (actually employed on some trucks) are fitted with blow down turbines which are similar in design and ... epoxy and wrapped carbon fibre strands. Several small companies now manufacture small turbines and parts for the amateur. Most ...