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Relevant sites for Bromine:


lectdemosbromine

Does liquid bromine react with either cyclohexane or cyclohexene? cyclohexane left,  bromine in middle and cyclohexene on right…

 

Electrophilic Addition – unsymmetrical alkenes and bromine

Facts and mechanism for the electrophilic addition reaction between unsymmetrical alkenes like propene and bromine (and the other halogens)

 

Chemistry : Periodic Table : bromine : index

This WebElements periodic table page contains index for the element bromine.

 

Bromine – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Properties of the element, including its history, applications, and characteristics.

 

Periodic Table of Elements: Bromine – Br

Comprehensive information for the element Bromine – Br is provided by this page including scores of properties, element names in many languages…

 

Relevant sites for Carbon:


 

Carbon dioxide absorption of poly(ionic liquid)s with different …

Tested by Midwest Microlab Inc. (US). The CO. 2. sorption of the. poly(ionic liquid)s was measured using a CAHN 1000 Electrobalance …

 

Relevant sites for Chlorine:


 

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

When we think of chlorine, we often relate it to the salt used in food … Cl connected to C atoms in organic compounds exhibits intense low-energy features …

 

Standard Test Method for Chlorine in Organic Compounds by Sodium…

1.1 This test method covers the determination of chlorine in.

 

USGS CIRC 1157 subpage: MAJOR ISSUES AND FINDINGS–Other Organic…

These organic compounds (chemical compounds containing the element carbon) include organochlorine compounds (compounds with both carbon and chlorine)…

 

Relevant sites for Fluorine:


Fluorine – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fluorine can often be substituted for hydrogen when it occurs in organic compounds. Through this mechanism, fluorine can have a very large number of…

 

Fluorine in Organic Chemistry – Book Information

The introduction of carbon – fluorine bonds into organic compounds can profoundly influence their chemical and physical properties when compared to their…

 

Fluorination of Thermodynamically Unstable Nickel Fluorides using NiF

…by which hydrogen is substituted by fluorine in organic compounds …of an organic compound in aHF is not necessary for efficient fluorination…

 

Process for preparing fluorine – containing organic compounds…

A method for the preparation of a fluorine – containing organic compound which comprises reacting a sulphonyl halide of the formula: RfSO.sub.2 X where Rf…

 

Fluorine: Definition and Much More from Answers.com

The fluorine – containing compounds of carbon can be divided into fluorine – containing hydrocarbons and hydrocarbon derivatives (

 

Electronegativity – polar bonds in organic compounds

Halogen: a member of group VII of the Periodic Table – fluorine, chlorine, bromine and iodine. Halide: a compound of one of these – e.g. hydrogen chloride…

 

Relative sites for Hydrogen:


 

hydrogenation of alkenes

The reaction of alkenes with hydrogen (hydrogenation), including the manufacture of margarine.

 

Relevant sites for Iodine:


 

Chemistry and the Aquarium
These results are indicative of total iodine (iodide + iodate + organic iodine) … Dissolved organic iodine in marine waters: Determination, occurrence and…

 

Potassium iodide – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

KI is often used as a source of iodide ion in organic synthesis. A useful application is in the preparation of aryl iodides from arenediazonium salts[5]…

 

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Relevant sites for Phosphorus:


 

Chemical Reactivity
Organophosphoruscompounds havingphosphorusoxidation states ranging from –3 to +5, as shown in the following table, are well known (some simple inorganic …

 

Phosphorus – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Due to its high reactivity, phosporusis never found as a free element in nature. … Organic compounds of phosphorus form a wide class of materials, …

 

Phosphorus pentasulfide – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Its melting point is 276-284 °C. Thecompound is soluble in CS2 and benzene but it react with most organic compounds. Its structure is related to that of …

 

Phosphotyrosine – Columbia Encyclopedia article about Phosphotyrosine

tyrosine (tī`rəsēn),organic compound, one of the 20 amino acids amino acid (əmē`nō), any one of a class of simpleorganic compoundscontaining carbon, …

 

inorganic phosphate- Columbia Encyclopedia article about …

Columbia Encyclopedia® article aboutinorganic phosphate.inorganic phosphate. …Inorganic compounds by element · InorganicCrystal Structure Database …