containing the .
may not its synchronism with the waves of light in the present instance be the cause of its divorce from the allyl?
fragments of science, v. 1-2 john tyndall
it has since been obtained, in a separate state, by the action of sodium upon iodide of allyl.
cooley’s cyclopdia of practical receipts and collateral information in the arts, manufactures, professions, and trades…, sixth edition, volume i arnold cooley
a similar but more energetic action is exerted by the ethyl and allyl derivatives; the iodyallyl derivatives are strong poisons.
poisons: their effects and detection alexander wynter blyth
(modifier) of, consisting of, or containing the monovalent group ch2:chch2–: allyl group or radical, allyl resin
allyl al·lyl (āl’əl)
the univalent, unsaturated organic radical c3h5.
the unsaturated radical c3h5, derived from propene.
- Allyl alcohol
a colorless liquid, c 3 h 6 o, having a pungent, mustardlike odor irritating to the skin and mucous membranes, usually obtained from allyl chloride by hydrolysis: used chiefly in organic synthesis in the manufacture of resins, plasticizers, and pharmaceuticals. noun a colourless pungent poisonous liquid used in the manufacture of resins, plasticizers, and other […]
- Allyl caproate
a colorless to pale yellow liquid, c 9 h 16 o 2 , having a pineapple odor: used chiefly as a scent in the manufacture of flavorings and perfume.
- Allyl chloride
a colorless, volatile, flammable liquid, c 3 h 5 cl, having a pungent odor, derived from propylene by chlorination: used chiefly in the synthesis of allyl alcohol, resins, and pharmaceuticals.
- Allyl group
the univalent group c 3 h 5 , derived from propylene.
- Allyl mercaptan
a colorless liquid, c 3 h 6 s, having a strong, garlicky odor, used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals.