C-C

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AcronymDefinition
C-CCarbon-Carbon
C-CCarotid-Cavernous (relating to the carotid artery and the sinuses)
C-CCeramic-on-Ceramic (biomaterials)
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CHAPTER 5 TRANSITION METALS MEDIATED CARBON-CARBON BOND FORMING REACTIONS.
The researchers stumbled upon stable carbon-carbon bonds of 0.
FIGURE 8 REPRESENTATION OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITE MANUFACTURING PROCESS
On the other end of the carbon-carbon bond, each hydrogen/adorned carbon atom, or methyl group, spins like a three-pronged turnstile, says chemist Frank Weinhold of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
With chapters that cover such topics as functional group manipulations, oxidation, reduction, and carbon-carbon bond formation, Modern Organic Synthesis in the Laboratory will be useful for both graduate students and professors in organic chemistry and medicinal chemists in the pharmaceutical and agrochemical industries.
After a brief introductory chapter on green synthesis, chapters cover carbon-carbon bond formation; various reactions for the formation of carbon-oxygen single and double bonds; and reactions for the synthesis of carbon-halogen, carbon-sulphur, carbon-nitrogen, nitrogen-nitrogen double bonds, and nitrogen-oxygen bond formations.
For example, a classification of "R" (as in SBR) indicates the rubber has an unsaturated carbon molecular chain containing carbon-carbon double bonds.
He suggested that decomposition might go faster simply because carbon-sulfur bonds split more easily than carbon-carbon bonds, but the explanation didn't account for the diversity of components in petroleum, he says.
Metathesis catalysts enable the formation and manipulation of carbon-carbon bonds in the synthesis of entirely new pharmaceutical products with superior properties as well as in the development of new, more efficient and low cost production processes for existing products.
These were likely to be regions of stress concentration and the sulfur bonds at the crosslinks were of less bond strength than the carbon-carbon bonds of the chain segments between crosslinks.
Polyacrylic acid, for example, has a hard-to-degrade carbon-carbon backbone.
This carbon-carbon bond is quite rigid and stable and accounts for the lower tensile and strength of peroxide cured stocks compared with sulfur vulcanizates.