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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.
See also: 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.
Braskem's facility produces vinylic materials, polyethylene and polypropylene to serve industries such as footwear, toys, housing, sanitation and infrastructure.
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.