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*  Zincate
In the naming of inorganic compounds zincate is a suffix that indicates that a polyatomic anion contains a central zinc atom. ... H2O an alkali solution prepared from dissolving zinc metal, zinc hydroxide or zinc oxide which contains various anionic species ... an oxide containing zinc and a less electronegative element e.g. Na2ZnO2,(see -ate complex). a commercially available zinc ... It is an ore of Zinc. Examples include calcium zincate CaZn(OH)4.2H2O or Na2Zn(OH)4 or the polymeric anion [Zn(OH)3−] in for ...
*  Coordination complex
Coordination compounds are also widely used in industry. The intense colors of many compounds render them of great use as dyes ... This enzyme consists of a zinc ion surrounded by many amino acid residues. Another complex ion enzyme is catalase, which ... Coordination compounds have uses in both nature and in industry. Coordination compounds are vital to many living organisms. For ... Metal complexes, also known as coordination compounds, include all metal compounds, aside from metal vapors, plasmas, and ...
*  Tebbe's reagent
It is used in the methylenation of carbonyl compounds, that is it converts organic compounds containing the R2C=O group into ... Petasis reagent Nysted reagent Peterson olefination Titanocene dichloride Wittig reaction Kauffmann olefination Titanium-Zinc ... In compounds containing both ketone and ester groups, the ketone selectively reacts in the presence of one equivalent of the ... The Tebbe reagent was the first reported compound where a methylene bridge connects a transition metal (Ti) and a main group ...
*  Transmetalation
The transmetalation step in palladium catalyzed reactions involve the addition of an R-M compound to produce an R′-Pd-R ... Stille reactions use tin, Suzuki reactions use boron, Sonogashira reactions use copper, and Negishi reactions use zinc. ... This actinide RT reaction can be done with multiple mercury compounds to coordinate ligands other than halogens to the metal: 2 ... compound. Cross-coupling reactions have a wide range of applications in synthetic chemistry including the area of medicinal ...
*  Ammonium diethyl dithiophosphate
In crystal structure of this compound the ammonium cation is connected by four charge-assisted N-H···S hydrogen bonds to four ... Zinc dithiophosphate Dimethyl dithiophosphoric acid Okuniewski, Andrzej; Becker, Barbara (2011). "Ammonium O,O′-diethyl ...
*  Lascar (volcano)
Queirolo, F (8 June 2000). "Total arsenic, lead, cadmium, copper, and zinc in some salt rivers in the northern Andes of ... They correspond to about 2 and 5%, respectively, of the global volcanic flux of these compounds. Emission of other elements: ... Hydrocarbons and other organic compounds are also found in the low-temperature fumaroles. Trace elements include arsenic, boron ... and titanium, with smaller amounts of barium, chromium, copper, lead, strontium and zinc. Release rates of SO 2 amounted to 27 ...
*  Thermochromism
Virtually all inorganic compounds are thermochromic to some extent. Most examples however involve only subtle changes in color ... For example, titanium dioxide and zinc oxide are white at room temperature but when heated change to yellow. Similarly indium( ... Bis(dimethylammonium) tetrachloronickelate is a raspberry-red compound, which becomes blue at about 110 °C. On cooling, the ... Thermochromic inks or dyes are temperature sensitive compounds, developed in the 1970s, that temporarily change color with ...
*  BDTH2
The compound was reported in about 1994 after a search for chelating agents selective for mercury. It was licensed in 2006 to ... BDTH2 appears to bind copper and zinc in vivo only weakly. In contrast DMPS und DMSA bind these ions more strongly. Its ... This compound is prepared by treating isophthaloyl dichloride with two equiv of cysteamine: BDTH2 can be used to chelate heavy ... The U.S. FDA in April 2012 also designated the compound as an orphan drug Like most thiols, BDTH2 binds to mercury salts to ...
*  Century egg
However, zinc oxide is now the recommended alternative. Although zinc is essential for life, excessive zinc consumption can ... The extremely toxic compound lead(II) oxide speeds up the reaction that creates century eggs, which has led some unscrupulous ... which produces a variety of smaller flavorful compounds. Some eggs have patterns near the surface of the egg white that are ... lead to copper deficiency, so the finished product should have its zinc level assessed for safety. Century eggs can be eaten ...
*  Manganese dioxide
... is used in zinc-carbon batteries together with zinc chloride and ammonium chloride. EMD is commonly used in zinc manganese ... MnO 2 is also used as a pigment and as a precursor to other manganese compounds, such as KMnO 4. It is used as a reagent in ... Manganese(IV) oxide is the inorganic compound with the formula MnO 2. This blackish or brown solid occurs naturally as the ... The principal use for MnO 2 is for dry-cell batteries, such as the alkaline battery and the zinc-carbon battery. ...
*  Sulfur
An important S-N compound is the cage tetrasulfur tetranitride (S4N4). Heating this compound gives polymeric sulfur nitride (( ... The principal ores of copper, zinc, nickel, cobalt, molybdenum, and other metals are sulfides. These materials tend to be dark- ... Many sulfur compounds are odoriferous, and the smells of odorized natural gas, skunk scent, grapefruit, and garlic are due to ... They use organic compounds or molecular hydrogen as the energy source. They use sulfur as the electron acceptor, and reduce ...
*  Cyclopropanation
Diazo compounds may be used more safely by reacting them with transition metals compounds (typically containing Cu, Pd, Ni, Co ... The reactivity of the system can also be increased by exchanging the zinc‑copper couple for diethylzinc, however as this ... Certain diazo compounds, such as diazomethane, can react with olefins to produce cyclopropanes in a 2 step manner. The first ... These compounds can then be used to form allenes via the Skattebøl rearrangement. The Buchner ring expansion reaction also ...
*  Cobalt(II) naphthenate
A well-defined compound that exhibits many of the properties of cobalt naphthenate is the cobalt(II) complex of 2-ethylhexanoic ... but they are probably also non-ionic coordination complexes with structures similar to basic zinc acetate. The catalytic ... properties of cobalt(II) naphthenates are similar to those of related compounds containing manganese and iron. Such species are ...
*  Imidazole-1-sulfonyl azide
As with all organic azides, this compound is potentially explosive both in use and in preparation. The hydrochloride salt was ... zinc(II), and cobalt(II) salts. This reaction is effectively the reverse of the Staudinger reaction. Similarly, it is able to ... Imidazole-1-sulfonyl azide is an organic azide compound that can be used as an alternative to trifluoromethanesulfonyl azide. ... The hydrochloride salt of this compound is also available commercially, but can degrade to release explosive byproducts. Like ...
*  Boord olefin synthesis
In a 1931 publication the scope is extended to 1,4-dienes with magnesium replaced by zinc (see also: Barbier reaction). In the ... The original publication describes the organic synthesis of the compound isoheptene in several steps. ... using a metal such as magnesium or zinc. The reaction, discovered by Cecil E. Boord in 1930 is a classic named reaction with ...
*  Mercury(II) chloride
Zinc is also commonly amalgamated using mercuric chloride. Mercuric chloride is used to remove dithiane groups attached to a ... These alkylaluminium compounds are nucleophilic and can be used in a similar fashion to the Grignard reagent. Amalgamated ... This white crystalline solid is a laboratory reagent and a molecular compound. Once used as a treatment for syphilis, it is no ... Mercury(II) chloride or mercuric chloride (archaically, corrosive sublimate) is the chemical compound of mercury and chlorine ...
*  2519 aluminium alloy
It also contains 0.25% silicon, 0.30% iron, 0.10-0.50% manganese, 0.05-0.40% magnesium, 0.10% zinc, 0.02-0.10% titanium, 0.05- ... 0.15% vanadium, 0.10-0.25% zirconium, 0.40% silicon-iron compounds, and up to 0.15% trace elements.:3 The density of 2519 ...
*  Center for Environmental Health
The suit noted that the baby powders contained zinc oxide, which can contain lead, and that babies can be exposed if they ... "Air concentrations of volatile compounds near oil and gas production: a community-based exploratory study." Environmental ... "Firms phasing out arsenic compound." San Francisco Chronicle, November 11, 2001. Accessed March 16, 2015 Sheila D'Amico, " ... inhale the compounds, and/or can absorb them through irritated skin, and/or could ingest them if they get the powder on their ...
*  Methylcholanthrene
Here they described the synthesis of the compound. Not many years later, it became clear that this compound had toxic ... The free acid (4) was obtained when the latter was cleaved reductively with zinc and alkali. Cyclization of the product ... This compound forms pale yellow solid crystals when crystallized from benzene and ether. It has a melting point around 180 °C ... Due to the influence of the compound on the central nervous system, its responses and change in response are compared. It is ...
*  McMurry reaction
... zinc-copper couple, zinc dust, magnesium-mercury amalgam, magnesium, or alkali metals. Bogdanovic and Bolte identified the ... This reaction is related to the Pinacol coupling reaction which also proceeds by reductive coupling of carbonyl compounds. This ... Ian C. Richards "Titanium(IV) Chloride-Zinc" in Encyclopedia of Reagents for Organic Synthesis, John Wiley, London, 2001. doi: ... doi:10.1016/0022-328X(95)05755-E. Mukaiyama, T.; Sato, T.; Hanna, "Reductive Coupling of Carbonyl Compounds to Pinacols and ...
*  Palladium-catalyzed coupling reactions
... zinc halides, tin halides, silicon halides) Negishi coupling between an organohalide and an organozinc compound Heck reaction ... Stille reaction between organohalides and organotin compounds Hiyama coupling between organohalides and organosilicon compounds ... Heck-Matsuda Reaction of an arenediazonium salt with an alkene Typical palladium catalysts used include the following compounds ...
*  Tire manufacturing
SBR rubber compound to with chemicals formulations SB Rubber 100 k.g. carbon 220 150 k.g. zinc oxide 20.5 k.g. stearic acid ... usually a base compound, core compound, tread compound, and wing compound. Extrusion is also used for sidewall profiles and ... Tread compound development is an exercise in compromise, as hard compounds have long wear characteristics but poor traction ... The extruder screw also provides for additional mixing of the compound through the shearing action of the screw. The compound ...
*  Intermolecular metal-catalyzed carbenoid cyclopropanations
14) Other diazo compounds besides diazocarbonyl compounds have been used for rhodium-catalyzed cyclopropanations; however, ... 13) Substituted zinc carbenoids can be prepared from the corresponding ketones or aldehydes through a sequence analogous to the ... In the Simmons-Smith reaction the metal involved is zinc. Cyclopropanes may be formed through the reaction of a metal carbenoid ... 5) Diazocarbonyl compounds substituted with two electron-withdrawing groups, such as diazomalonates, are prone to experience ...
*  Sulfonic acid
The parent compound (with the organic substituent replaced by hydrogen) is the hypothetical compound sulfurous acid. Salts or ... Methanesulfonic acid is used as the supporting electrolyte of the zinc-cerium and lead-acid (methanesulfonate) flow batteries. ... A sulfonic acid (or sulphonic acid) refers to a member of the class of organosulfur compounds with the general formula R−S(=O)2 ... This class of organic compounds has the general formula R−SO2−OR. Sulfonic esters such as methyl triflate are considered good ...
*  Selenium
In these compounds, selenium plays a role analogous to that of sulfur. Another naturally occurring organoselenium compound is ... Zinc selenide was the first material for blue LEDs, but gallium nitride is dominating the market now. Cadmium selenide was an ... of one of the ingredients used in a vitamin/mineral supplement compound that had been incorrectly compounded by a compounding ... Se compounds confer a red color to glass. This color cancels out the green or yellow tints that arise from iron impurities ...
*  Affinity chromatography
For elution, an excess amount of a compound able to act as a metal ion ligand, such as imidazole, is used. GST has an affinity ... zinc or gallium for the purification of phosphorylated proteins or peptides. Many naturally occurring proteins do not have an ... The higher affinity a compound has towards the target, the longer it remains in the separation unit, and this will be expressed ... The affinity measure and ranking of affinity can be achieved by processing the obtained retention times of analyzed compounds. ...
*  Super Ball
... zinc oxide, stearic acid, and other ingredients. This compound is vulcanized with sulfur at a temperature of ...