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Definition of aromate. Meaning of aromate. Synonyms of aromate

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- position of the double bond. pyrrolines are formally derived from the aromate pyrrole by hydrogenation. 1-pyrroline is a cyclic imine, whereas 2-pyrroline
- 'aromatic' and 'aromatic compound' redirect here. for meanings related to odor, see aroma compound. in organic chemistry, the term aromaticity is
- floraison (1912), le farina (1914), bubbles (1928), brantome (1934), aromate (1935), bacchus (1939) marcel boussacirismond (1924), tourbillon (1931)
- lame 1930: ammonite 1931: la bourrasque 1932: finnoise 1933: fanar 1934: aromate 1935: sucrier 1936: chenonceaux 1937: trissino 1938: for my love 1939:
- canet 1931: pearl cap 1932: henin 1933: arpette 1934: shining tor 1935: aromate 1936: king kong 1937: en fraude 1938: cillas 1939: semiramide 1940: no
- february 1880, saint petersburg). this reaction involves conversion of nitro aromates like nitrobenzene to amines by reduction with sodium sulfides. reduction
- chaudière (1936) prix jacques le marois - (3) - ivain (1924), vitamine (1927) aromate (1935) prix morny - (2) - justitia (1898) brantôme (1933) prix lupin -
- known for the so-called zinin reaction or zinin reduction, in which nitro aromates like nitrobenzene are converted to amines by reduction with sodium sulfides