Chemical Compounds

Some articles on chemical compounds, compounds, compound:

Triol - See Also
... Alcohols, chemical compounds with one hydroxyl group Diols, chemical compounds with two hydroxyl groups Polyols, chemical compounds with multiple hydroxyl groups Phenol ...
Lobaria Pulmonaria - Chemical Compounds
... These compounds, collectively known as depsidones, are known to be involved in defense against grazing herbivores like lichen-feeding molluscs ...
Boron Compounds - Characteristics - Chemistry of The Element - Chemical Compounds
... In its most familiar compounds, boron has the formal oxidation state III ... These compounds are Lewis acids in that they readily form adducts with electron-pair donors, which are called Lewis bases ... In the BN compound analogue of graphite, hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN), the positively-charged boron and negatively-charged nitrogen atoms in each plane lie adjacent to ...
Sudden Oak Death - Control - Nursery Management
... the curative and protective effects of various chemical compounds against P ... Several effective compounds have been found some of the most effective include mefenoxam, metalaxyl, dimethomorph, and fenamidone ... Many of these studies have converged upon the following conclusions chemical compounds are, in general, more effective as preventatives than in curatives when used preventatively, chemical compounds must be ...
Death Of Caylee Anthony - Case - Trial - Evidence
... in the trunk of Casey Anthony's car showed chemical compounds "consistent with a decompositional event" based on the presence of five key chemical compounds out of over 400 possible chemical compounds that ...

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