Definition of Organohalide. Meaning of Organohalide. Synonyms of Organohalide

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- industrially used organohalides, although the other organohalides are used commonly in organic synthesis. Except for extremely rare cases, organohalides are not...
- fluoride (ClF) Organohalides Bromomethane (CH3Br) Iodoform (CHI3) Hydrogen chloride (HCl) Hydrogen bromide(HBr) Salinity Organohalide Hydrogen halide...
- Viscosity is a material property which describes the resistance of a fluid to shearing flows. It corresponds roughly to the intuitive notion of a fluid's...
- Halorespiration or dehalorespiration or organohalide respiration is the use of halogenated compounds as terminal electron acceptors in anaerobic respiration...
- Williamson ether synthesis is an organic reaction, forming an ether from an organohalide and a deprotonated alcohol (alkoxide). This reaction was developed by...
- respiratory process for organohalide respiring bacteria by reducing organohalides. During such reductive dehalogenation reaction, organohalides are used as terminal...
- A trihalide in chemistry is an organohalide consisting of three halide atoms bonded to a single atom or compound. An example of a trihalide is chloroform...
- Reaction name Substrate Comment Gabriel synthesis Organohalide Reagent: pot****ium phthalimide Staudinger reduction Azide This reaction also takes place...
- 2-Chloropyridine is an organohalide with the formula C5H4ClN. It is a colorless liquid that is mainly used to generate fungicides and insecticides in industry...
- P.; Manefield, Michael (2016). "Organohalide Respiring Bacteria and Reductive Dehalogenases: Key Tools in Organohalide Bioremediation". Frontiers in Microbiology...
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