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Definition of the adjective 6-membered
What does 6-membered mean as an attribute of a noun?
- of a chemical compound having a ring with six members
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A Dictionary of Chemistry (2016)
by Richard Rennie, Jonathan Law
Hantzsch–Widman system A system for naming heterocyclic compounds, independently introduced for naming 5and 6-membered nitrogen monocyclic compounds by Arthur Hantzsch (1887) and Oskur Widman (1888). Subsequently it was ...
Volume 6 - Calcination Equipment to Catalysis by John J. McKetta Jr
The usual cyclic forms are the more stable 6-membered ring which is called pyranose and the less stable 5-membered ring which is culled furanose. Scheme 1 shows the cyclization of open chain D-glucose to the pyranose forms termed ...
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Furan, a 5-membered ring with four carbons and one oxygen, or a Pyran, a 6-membered ring with five carbons and one oxygen) Heterogeneous Describes a sample of matter that has parts with 125.
by Jill Bailey
6-membered pyrimidine ring fused to a 5- membered imidazole ring. Members of the purine group include adenine and guanine, which are constituents of the nucleic acids, and certain plant alkaloids, e.g. caffeine and theobromine. pyramid ...
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