Also called acetaldol. a colorless, syrupy, water-soluble liquid, C 4 H 8 O 2 , formed by the condensation of acetaldehyde: used chiefly in the manufacture of rubber vulcanizers and accelerators, and in perfumery.
any of a class of compounds containing both an alcohol and an functional group, formed by a condensation reaction between aldehyde or ketone molecules.
a colourless or yellowish oily liquid, miscible with water, used in the manufacture of rubber accelerators, as an organic solvent, in perfume, and as a hypnotic and sedative. Formula: CH3CHOHCH2CHO Systematic name 3-hydroxybutanal
any organic compound containing the functional group -CHOHCH2CHO
(modifier) consisting of, containing, or concerned with the group -CHOHCH2CHO: aldol group or radical, aldol reaction
aldol al·dol (āl’dôl, -dōl)
A thick, colorless to pale yellow liquid obtained from acetaldehyde and used in perfumery and as a solvent.
A similar aldehyde containing the group CH3OH-CO-CHOH.
any of a group of enzymes catalyzing reversible aldol condensations. aldolase al·dol·ase (āl’də-lās’, lāz’) n. An enzyme present in certain living tissues, including skeletal and heart muscle tissues, that catalyzes the breakdown of a fructose ester into triose sugars.
a brand of .
aldopentose aldopentose al·do·pen·tose (āl’dō-pěn’tōs’) n. A pentose containing an aldehyde group.
a sugar containing the group or its hemiacetal equivalent. noun a sugar that contains the aldehyde group or is a hemiacetal aldose al·dose (āl’dōs’, -dōz’) n. Any of a class of monosaccharide sugars containing an aldehyde group. aldose (āl’dōs’, -dōz’) Any of a class of simple sugars (monosaccharides) containing an aldehyde group (CHO). Galactose, glucose, […]