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*  Thelephoric acid
"Potential anti-angiogenesis effects of p-terphenyl compounds from Polyozellus multiplex". Journal of Natural Products. 77 (4): ...
*  Boletopsis grisea
Research has identified p-terphenyl compounds that impart a free radical scavenging activity in laboratory tests. Eight ... ISBN 978-92-871-5928-1. Liu JK, Hu L, Dong ZJ, Hu G (2004). "DPPH radical scavenging activity of ten natural p-terphenyl ... phenolic compounds have been isolated and identified from the fruit bodies, including three that inhibit the enzyme 5- ...
*  Aspergillus candidus
... secretes cytotoxic metabolites like terphenyl compounds and terprenins, as well as citrinin and ...
*  Hydnellum aurantiacum
The pigment responsible for the characteristic orange color of H. aurantiacum has been identified as the p-terphenyl compound ... The compounds dihydroaurantiacin dibenzoate and thelephoric acid have also been reported. Hydnellum aurantiacum is used in ... This dark red pigment, a derivative of the compound atromentin, has subsequently been identified in other species of Hydnellum ...
*  Ustalic acid
"Syntheses of naturally occurring terphenyls and related compounds". Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry. 70 (12): 2998- ... Ustalic acid is a naturally occurring chemical compound found in the poisonous mushroom Tricholoma ustale. The compound was ... "Ustalic acid as a toxin and related compounds from the mushroom Tricholoma ustale". Chemical Communications (13): 1384-5. doi: ...
*  Polyporic acid
... is a terphenyl benzoquinone compound first identified by German chemist Stahlschmidt from a mycelial culture of ... Spatafora C, Calì V, Tringali C (2003). "Polyhydroxy-p-terphenyls and related p-terphenylquinones from fungi: overview and ...
*  List of MeSH codes (D02)
... terphenyl compounds MeSH D02.455.426.559.389.805.700 --- polychloroterphenyl compounds MeSH D02.455.426.559.389.832 --- toluene ... trialkyltin compounds MeSH D02.691.850.900.910 --- triethyltin compounds MeSH D02.691.850.900.950 --- trimethyltin compounds ... mustard compounds MeSH D02.455.526.728.468 --- mustard gas MeSH D02.455.526.728.650 --- nitrogen mustard compounds MeSH D02.455 ... bephenium compounds MeSH D02.092.877.096.333 --- bretylium compounds MeSH D02.092.877.096.333.150 --- bretylium tosylate MeSH ...
*  Hydnellum
The compounds hydnellins A and B are terphenyls found in H. suaveolens and Hydnellum geogerirum. The chemicals responsible for ... Wang SM, Han JJ, Ma K, Jin T, Bao L, Pei YF, Liu HW (2014). "New α-glucosidase inhibitors with p-terphenyl skeleton from the ... Several chemical compounds-some with unique biological activity-have been isolated and identified from the genus. One of the ... Several chemical compounds-some with unique biological activity-have been isolated and identified from Hydnellum species. For ...
*  Phellodon
... a nitrogenous terphenyl derivative, phellodonin; 2',3'-diacetoxy-3,4,5',6',4''-pentahydroxy-p-terphenyl; grifolin; and 4-O- ... The compound atromentin was reported to occur in fruitbodies of P. melaleucus, but this was not confirmed in a later analysis. ... Fang ST, Zhang L, Li ZH, Li B, Liu JK (2010). "Cyathane diterpenoids and nitrogenous terphenyl derivative from the fruiting ... Thelephoric acid is a terphenyl quinone-a 1,4-benzoquinone wherein positions carbon-2 and carbon-5 are substituted with phenyl ...
*  Phellodon niger
... a terphenyl derivative called phellodonin (2',3'-diacetoxy-3,4,5',6',4''-pentahydroxy-p-terphenyl); grifolin; and 4-O- ... Phellodon niger has been a source for several bioactive compounds: the cyathane-type diterpenoids, nigernin A and B; ... Fang ST, Zhang L, Li ZH, Li B, Liu JK (2010). "Cyathane diterpenoids and nitrogenous terphenyl derivative from the fruiting ... but caps of neighboring fruitbodies often fuse together to create larger compound growths. Caps are flat to depressed to ...
*  Rotterdam Convention
Heptachlor Hexachlorobenzene Lindane Mercury compounds including inorganic and organometallic mercury compounds Methamidophos ( ... Polychlorinated terphenyls (PCT) Tetraethyl lead Tetramethyl lead Thiram (certain formulations) Toxaphene Tributyl tin ... compounds Tris (2,3-dibromopropyl) phosphate (TRIS) The Chemical Review Committee of the Rotterdam Convention decided to ...
*  Bis(benzene)chromium
The compound played an important role in the development of sandwich compounds in organometallic chemistry and is the ... Hein's reaction affords cationic sandwich complexes containing bi- and terphenyl, which baffled chemists until the breakthrough ... The compound finds limited use in organic synthesis. King, R. B. Organometallic Syntheses. Volume 1 Transition-Metal Compounds ... Compounds closely related to [Cr(C6H6)2]+ had been prepared many years before Fischer's work by Franz Hein by the reaction of ...
*  IUPAC numerical multiplier
In forming compound affixes, the numeral one is represented by the term hen- except when it forms part of the number eleven ( ... Examples are biphenyl or terphenyl. "mono-" is from Greek monos = "alone". "un" = 1 and "nona-" = 9 are from Latin. The others ... Numerical prefixes for multiplication of compound or complex (as in complicated) are created by adding kis to the basic ... In compound affixes, the numeral two is represented by do- except when it forms part of the numbers 20 (icosa-), 200 (dicta-) ...
*  2012 in science
A conversion efficiency of 43.5% was obtained by using a concentrator triple-junction compound cell, combining a focusing lens ... Science Daily) (Cell) British scientists develop the world's first room-temperature maser, using a crystal of p-Terphenyl to ... BBC) (Universe Today) (Nature) NASA reports that its MESSENGER probe has discovered water ice and organic compounds on the ... Science Daily) (University of Adelaide) (J. Neurosci.) 16 August Researchers have finally found a compound that may offer the ...
*  Stilbene photocyclization
6) ortho-Terphenyl substrates cyclize to the corresponding triphenylenes in the presence of an oxidant, such as iodine. Oxygen ... Polycyclic aromatic compounds can be synthesized using substrates containing multiple aromatic rings. (5) Stilbene derivatives ... is unsatisfactory because ring-opening to highly stabilized terphenyl is faster than oxidation when oxygen is used. (7) Amides ...
*  Quintuple bond
Diuranium compounds are rare, but do exist; for example, the U 2Cl2− 8 anion. In 2007 the shortest-ever metal-metal bond ( ... By contrast, the chromium dimer with quintuple bonding is stabilized by a bulky terphenyl (2,6-[(2,6-diisopropyl)phenyl]phenyl ... In 2009 a dimolybdenum compound with a quintuple bond and two diamido bridging ligands was reported with a Mo-Mo bond length of ... The compound was synthesised starting from potassium octachlorodimolybdate (which already contains a Mo2 quadruple bond) and a ...
*  Congener (chemistry)
Congeners refer to the various oxidation states of a given element in a compound. For example, titanium(II) chloride (titanium ... Similarly polychlorinated dibenzodioxins, polychlorinated dibenzofurans, polychlorinated terphenyls, polychlorinated ... Congeners can refer to similar compounds that substitute other elements with similar valences, yielding molecules having ... Any significant quantity of a polyhalogenated compound is by default a blend of multiple molecule types because each molecule ...
*  Terthiophene
Biphenyl Terphenyl Terpyridine Naphthalene, having fused rings. Smeets, B. J. J.; Meijer, R. H.; Meuldijk, J.; Vekemans, J. A. ... Terthiophene is the organic compound with the formula [C4H3S]2C4H2S. It is an oligomer of the heterocycle thiophene, a shorter ...
*  Pentacene
This equilibrium is entirely in favor of the methylene compound. Only by heating a solution of the compound to 200 °C does a ... In 2012, pentacene-doped p-terphenyl was shown to be effective as the amplifier medium for a room-temperature maser. In ... This highly conjugated compound is an organic semiconductor. The compound generates excitons upon absorption of ultra-violet ( ... The compound can be resolved into its two enantiomers with an unusually high reported optical rotation of 7400° although ...
*  Scintillator
The typical solutes are fluors such as p-terphenyl (C 18H 14), PBD (C 20H 14N 2O), butyl PBD (C 24H 22N 2O), PPO (C 15H 11NO), ... Also known as luminophors, these compounds absorb the scintillation of the base and then emit at larger wavelength, effectively ... Organic scintillators are aromatic hydrocarbon compounds which contain benzene ring structures interlinked in various ways. ... Common fluors include polyphenyl hydrocarbons, oxazole and oxadiazole aryls, especially, n-terphenyl (PPP), 2,5-diphenyloxazole ...
*  Biphenyl
... is also an intermediate for the production of a host of other organic compounds such as emulsifiers, optical ... Naphthalene, where the rings are fused Terphenyl, three ringed analog Terpyridine Terthiophene Tricyclobutabenzene, an unusual ... It is mildly toxic, but can be degraded biologically by conversion into nontoxic compounds. Some bacteria are able to ... Biphenyl (or diphenyl or phenylbenzene or 1,1′-biphenyl or lemonene) is an organic compound that forms colorless crystals. ...
*  Digermyne
It has a good conjugation between two terphenyl rings and C1-Ge1-Ge2-C2 plain because of the nearly zero torsion angle (0.4°) ... Digermynes are a class of compounds that are regarded as the heavier digermanium analogues of alkynes. The parent member of ...
*  Polychlorinated biphenyl
Many chemical compounds are available to destroy or reduce the PCBs. Commonly, PCBs are degraded by basis mixtures of glycols, ... Kimbrough, R. D.; Jensen, A. A. (2012-12-02). Halogenated Biphenyls, Terphenyls, Naphthalenes, Dibenzodioxins and Related ... The compounds are pale-yellow viscous liquids. They are hydrophobic, with low water solubilities - 0.0027-0.42 ng/L for ... Bay mud Organochlorine compound Polybrominated biphenyl Zodiac, a novel by Neal Stephenson which involves PCBs and their impact ...
*  Coordination number
Other compounds that share this structure, or a closely related one are some transition metal sulfides such as FeS and CoS, as ... An extremely rare instance of a metal adopting a coordination number of 1 occurs in the terphenyl-based arylthallium(I) complex ... Many chemical compounds have distorted structures. Nickel arsenide, NiAs has a structure where nickel and arsenic atoms are 6- ... For chemical compounds with regular lattices such as sodium chloride and caesium chloride, a count of the nearest neighbors ...
*  Polyozellus
The compound polyozellin-a chemical which can be isolated and purified from P. multiplex-inhibits prolyl endopeptidase (PEP), ... Lee HJ, Rhee IK, Lee KB, Yoo ID, Song KS (2000). "Kynapcin-12, a new p-terphenyl derivative from Polyozellus multiplex, ... The next year, Paul Shope considered the genus Polyozellus to be superfluous, pointed out that the compound fruit bodies and ... The specific epithet multiplex means "in many pieces", referring to the compound nature of the fruit body. Common names for ...