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on vinyl

On a phonograph record. I've always been told music sounds better on vinyl, but I honestly can't hear one bit of difference. More and more musicians are choosing to release their albums on vinyl alongside digital formats.
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vinyl

(ˈvɑɪnlæ)
n. phonograph records. I got some new vinyl. Come over and listen.

on vinyl

In the medium of phonograph recordings: an old song available only on vinyl.
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67 could be ascribed to the vinylic methyl at C-20 (H3-30).
The materials used in this study were one layer PP transparent printed foil bags (Hungarosaek KFT) with a thickness of 30 [micro]m and 45 [micro]m; PP laminated and printed bags with a thickness of 55 [micro]m and 75 [micro]m and multi-layer foil bags (Hungarosack KFT) with two structures: polyamide/ polyethylene (PA/PE) and a thickness of 70 [micro]m and polyethylene terephthalate/ ethylene- vinylic alcohol /polypropylene (PET/EVOH/PP) and a thickness of 50 [micro]m.
Also functions as an inhibitor and short-stopping agent for acrylic and vinylic monomers.
They collect stones of different colours to make pigments for vinylic paint and cosmetics.
It is a stable white solid that is soluble in a range of organic solvents and copolymerizes with other vinylic monomers.
1979, 3437) Professor Suzuki reported the discovery of a transition metal catalyzed cross coupling reaction between vinyl boronates and vinylic halides in the presence of base to give, regio- and stereoselectively, diene products.
Lamination inks have primarily been based on PVB or vinylic resins.
This carbon atom allows for an attack by different nucleophiles (S- and N-) in nucleophilic vinylic substitution (SNVin) processes.
Besides addition polymerization of vinylic monomers, Zhou and coworkers, after proper surface modification, performed surface-initiated ring-opening polymerizations of norbornene, lactide, and carprolactone, respectively [34-36].
Braskem s facility produces vinylic materials, polyethylene and polypropylene to serve industries such as footwear, toys, housing, sanitation and infrastructure.
benzylic = allylic > tertiary carbon > secondary carbon > primary carbon > vinylic >> phenyl
Also functions as an inhibitor and shortstopping agent for acrylic and vinylic monomers.
The characteristic sharp peaks of pure NeemAzal pesticide are at 3471 (O--H stretching), 2924 (aromatic and/ or vinylic C--H), 2856 (aliphatic C--H), 1742 (carbonyl stretching), 1459 [cm.