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*  Picoline
The CAS number of an unspecified picoline isomer is [1333-41-1] Picolines exhibit greater volatility and are more slowly ... Picoline refers to three different methylpyridine isomers, all with the chemical formula C6H7N and a molar mass of 93.13 g mol− ... Picoline degradation appears to be mediated primarily by bacteria, with the majority of isolates belonging to the ... The most well known picoline derivatives are the vitamin B6 vitamers such as pyridoxine and pyridoxal. Sims, G. K. and L.E. ...
*  Whisky
The nitrogen compounds include pyridines, picolines and pyrazines. The sulfur compounds include thiophenes and polysulfides ...
*  3-Methylpyridine
3-Picoline is a useful precursor to agrochemicals, such as chlorpyrifos. Chlorpyrifos is produced from 3,5,6-trichloro-2- ... Picoline Eric F. V. Scriven; Ramiah Murugan (2005). "Pyridine and Pyridine Derivatives". Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical ... 3-Methylpyridine or 3-picoline, is an organic compound with formula 3-CH3C5H4N. It is one of three positional isomers of ... Niacin is prepared by hydrolysis of nicotinonitrile, which, as described above, is generated by oxidation of 3-picoline. ...
*  Quinolinic acid
"Electrolytic Oxidation of Quinoline and 3-Picoline". J. Am. Chem. Soc. 68 (12): 2472. doi:10.1021/ja01216a008. PMID 20282382. ...
*  Ladder polymer
Illustrative is the polymer [CuI(2-picoline]n. When the 2-picoline is replaced by a tertiary phosphine, the complex adopts a ...
*  Amprolium
Displacement of the halogen by α-picoline gives amprolium. Shinkichi Shimizu, Nanao Watanabe, Toshiaki Kataoka, Takayuki Shoji ...
*  Pyridinium
Many related cations are known involving substituted pyridines, e.g. picolines, lutidines, collidines. They are prepared by ...
*  2-Methylpyridine
Most of the reactions of picoline are centered on the methyl group. For example, the principal use of 2-picoline is as a ... 2-Methylpyridine, or 2-picoline, is the compound described with formula C6H7N. 2-Picoline is a colorless liquid that has an ... 2-Picoline was the first pyridine compound reported to be isolated in pure form. It was isolated from coal tar in 1846 by T. ... 2-Picoline is also a precursor to the agrichemical, nitrapyrin, which prevents loss of ammonia from fertilizers. Oxidation by ...
*  Boekelheide reaction
The Boekelheide reaction is a rearrangement of α-picoline-N-oxides to hydroxymethylpyridines. It is named after Virgil ...
*  J (Los Angeles Railway)
From Downtown, it branched off the Pico Line at 1st and Santa Fe. From there, it followed a route south on Santa Fe Avenue, a ...
*  Infix
Thus from the existing word picoline is derived pipecoline, and from lutidine is derived lupetidine; from phenidine and ...
*  Oil shale
Commonly detected examples include quinoline derivatives, pyridine, and various alkyl homologues of pyridine (picoline, ...
*  C6H7N
The molecular formula C6H7N (molarmass: 93.12 g/mol) may refer to: Aniline Azepine Picolines 2-Methylpyridine 3-Methylpyridine ...
*  Victoria Park, Los Angeles
A few years later, in 1920, Los Angeles Railway's "P" Line (Pico Line) would finally reach Victoria Park. There was also a ...
*  Coal tar
... picolines, phenanthracene, carbazole, quinolines, fluoranthene. Many of these constituents are known carcinogens. It is notable ...
*  Reductive amination
"One-pot reductive amination of aldehydes and ketones with α-picoline-borane in methanol, in water, and in neat conditions". ...
*  Boranylium ions
They found that aluminum chloride could only dissolve in methylene chloride in the presence of the adduct of 4-picoline and ...
*  Microbial biodegradation
... most soil clays and cation exchange resins attenuated biodegradation of 2-picoline by Arthrobacter sp. strain R1, as a result ...
*  Thomas Anderson (chemist)
In 1868 he discovered pyridine and related organic compounds such as picoline through studies on the distillation of bone oil ...
*  2,6-Lutidine
... was found to be significantly more resistant to microbiological degradation than any of the picoline isomers or 2, ...
*  Microwave oven
3-Picoline [108-99-6]: Review of Toxicological Literature (PDF), Research Triangle Park, North Carolina: Integrated Laboratory ...
*  Pyridine
The unsubstituted pyridine ring degrades more rapidly than picoline, lutidine, chloropyridine, or aminopyridines, and a number ... picoline), and lutidine; its composition depends on the catalyst used and can be adapted to the needs of the manufacturer. The ...
*  Beckton Gas Works
... picolines, quinoline, quinaldine, acenaphthene, anthracene and dicyclopentadiene. Since the Products works was dependent on by- ...
*  List of MeSH codes (D03)
... picolines MeSH D03.383.725.676.152 --- amprolium MeSH D03.383.725.676.925 --- vitamin b 6 MeSH D03.383.725.676.925.500 --- ...
*  Water splitting
Duan et al.. synthesized a mononuclear [RuIII(bda)(pic)2] complex 1 (pic= 4-picoline) and isolated a rare 7-coordinated RuIV ... for radical dimerization of Ru-O because of non-covalent attractive interactions between them as compared with the 4-picolines ...