Synthesis

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Hemetsberger Indole Synthesis
... The Hemetsberger indole synthesis (also called the Hemetsberger-Knittel synthesis) is a chemical reaction that thermally decomposes a 3-aryl-2-azido-propenoic ester into an ...
Jean Fréchet
... In addition he is the head of Materials Synthesis, Materials Science Division,of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Director of the Organic ... His research areas include organic synthesis and polymer chemistry applied to nanoscience and nanotechnology with emphasis on the design, fundamental understanding, synthesis, and ...
N-Formylmethionine
... It is specifically used for initiation of protein synthesis from bacterial and organellar genes, and may be removed post-translationally ... fMet plays a crucial part in the protein synthesis of bacteria, mitochondria and chloroplasts ... It is not used in cytosolic protein synthesis of eukaryotes, where eukaryotic nuclear genes are translated ...
Organotellurium Chemistry - Applications - Organic Synthesis
... is used as a source of PhTe- in organic synthesis ... Te/Li exchange in transmetallation is used in the synthesis of lithium reagents with demanding functional groups ... Olefin synthesis Like the selenium counterpart selenoxide elimination, certain telluroxides (RTeOR) can form alkenes on heating ...
Synthesis - Clothing
... Synthesis (clothing), a garment or outfit worn in ancient Rome for dining or special occasions ...

Famous quotes containing the word synthesis:

    The invention of photography provided a radically new picture-making process—a process based not on synthesis but on selection. The difference was a basic one. Paintings were made—constructed from a storehouse of traditional schemes and skills and attitudes—but photographs, as the man on the street put, were taken.
    Jean Szarkowski (b. 1925)

    Our art is the finest, the noblest, the most suggestive, for it is the synthesis of all the arts. Sculpture, painting, literature, elocution, architecture, and music are its natural tools. But while it needs all of those artistic manifestations in order to be its whole self, it asks of its priest or priestess one indispensable virtue: “faith.”
    Sarah Bernhardt (1845–1923)

    It is not easy to construct by mere scientific synthesis a foolproof system which will lead our children in a desired direction and avoid an undesirable one. Obviously, good can come only from a continuing interplay between that which we, as students, are gradually learning and that which we believe in, as people.
    Erik H. Erikson (20th century)