User:Etienne Robillard/Notebook/PVA

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== Definition ==
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== Definitions ==
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Polyvynyl alcool (PVA, PVOH)  
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* Polyvinyl alcohol: PVA (PVOH)
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* Polyvinyl acetate: PVAc
== Use ==
== Use ==
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* A general purpose cross linking reagent for benzaldehyde-ketone type chiral nucleophilic reactions for which PVA may be used to reflux aminoacetaldehyde (Ethanamine) reagents as catalyst for effective
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* A experimental cross-linking reagent to reflux <font color=purple>benzyl-amine</font> products
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oil-in-water nanoemulsion of gold-mediated nanoparticles
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* In protein engineering, a gold-substituted catalyst (Micheal acceptor) for oil-in-water peptide (drug) delivery and protein synthesis.  
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* In asymmetric tetrahydroisoquinoline formation: a secondary type chiral (C2) amine '''cross-linker''' of Hydroxyl radicals (C=O+2ROH) to Nitrogen (NH3), from which [[chloroform]] adduct may readily
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* Related enzymes: alcohol dehydrogenase - EC 1.1.1.1
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transform [[Ethanamine]] into racemic tertiary compounds (phenoxyalkylamines) by directed heat treatment.
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== Myths and Facts about Pva ==
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* Chuck: Acetonitrile may be converted to PVA, thus is a PVA is a functional 2-cyanoethyl reagent for lipid/amine conversions...
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** Oracle: sure... Acetonitrile is a convenient cyanide '''aniomeric''' catalyst... There no doubt its N terminal can provide the required energy for efficient proton pumping...
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== See also ==
== See also ==
* [[Acetonitrile]]
* [[Acetonitrile]]
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* [[User:Etienne_Robillard/Notebook/Acetaldehyde|Acetaldehyde]]
* [[Ethanamine]]
* [[Ethanamine]]
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* [[PVOH]]
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* [[Trichloroisocyanuric_acid|Trichloroisocyanuric acid]]
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* [[THF|THF]]

Revision as of 09:38, 8 November 2013

Definitions

  • Polyvinyl alcohol: PVA (PVOH)
  • Polyvinyl acetate: PVAc

Use

  • A experimental cross-linking reagent to reflux benzyl-amine products
  • In protein engineering, a gold-substituted catalyst (Micheal acceptor) for oil-in-water peptide (drug) delivery and protein synthesis.
  • Related enzymes: alcohol dehydrogenase - EC 1.1.1.1

See also

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