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C-CCarbon-Carbon
C-CCarotid-Cavernous (relating to the carotid artery and the sinuses)
C-CCeramic-on-Ceramic (biomaterials)
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The added carbon-carbon bonds might make the new molecules more stable, but the proteins might need the carbon-oxygen bonds for good antifreeze activity, she says.
has been granted a patent for an aqueous composition useful as an adhesive comprised of at least one halogenated olefin polymer, at least one high-functionality epoxy resin, and at least one diacid-modified resin that is different from the halogenated olefin polymer; wherein the diacid-modified resin is made by reacting one or more resins that contain carbon-carbon double bonds with one or more diacid or diacid-derivative small molecules with carbon-carbon double bonds.
It's almost twice as long as the longest naturally occurring carbon-carbon bond, which occurs in diamonds.
On Monday, Professor Ben Feringa (University of Groningen) gave an impressive talk on the control and amplification of chirality, emphasizing the design of new phosphoramidite ligands for use in carbon-carbon bond forming reactions.
Long considered catalitically inactive, gold now plays a central role in modern organic chemistry, and here scientists explain its use as a catalyst in methodologies that create carbon-carbon and carbon-heteroatom bonds.
Among his topics are from Jack beans to designer genes, methods for studying enzymatic reactions, hydrolytic and group transfer enzymes, enzymatic carbon-carbon bond formation, isomerases, and non-enzymatic biological catalysis.
These products are said to form strong carbon-carbon crosslinked bonds between polymer chains to fully utilize the engineering capabilities of today's elastomers by providing improved mechanical and heat resistant properties.
340), the description of an ethane molecule says that on "the other end of the carbon-carbon bond, each hydrogen-adorned carbon atom, or methyl group, spins like a three-pronged turnstile." The sentence should have said that this configuration is on "either end" of the carbon-carbon bond.
His research interests centered on the development of new synthetic methods in organic chemistry, especially on finding new ways for the construction of carbon-carbon bonds.