halogenation


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hal·o·ge·nate

 (hăl′ə-jə-nāt′)
tr.v. hal·o·ge·nat·ed, hal·o·ge·nat·ing, hal·o·ge·nates
To treat or combine with a halogen.

hal′o·ge·na′tion n.
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halogenation

The introduction of one or more halogen atoms into the structure of an organic molecule.
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Additionally, it can be seen that the hydrogen bonds formed by hydrocarbons are in line with the regioselective reaction vastly known by halogenation mechanisms of vinyl compounds [111], wherein the electrophilic attack occurs into whatever carbon of the unsaturated bonds.
Indeed, lower halogenated congeners (i.e., tri-through hexa-substituted) appear to more readily distribute into breast milk, than do congeners with greater halogenation, such as OCDD and BDE 209.
When the activity of MPO in peroxidation and halogenation was tested, CORM-3 showed an inhibitory effect in both cases.
These ROS cause oxidation, nitration, halogenation, and deamination of biomolecules of all types, including lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids, with the formation of toxic and mutagenic products [20-22].
Obviously, halogenation has a large effect on the compatibility of BIIR with carbon black.
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Through physical, physicothermal, chemical, and chemothermal activation, the AC was tuned to show a good catalytic activity [4] in production of phosgene, sulphur halides, hydrogenation, polymerization, halogenation [5-7], removal of S[O.sub.2] and NOx [8, 9], and oxidation of benzyl alcohol [10].