condensation product

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  • A new and important group of them is now being opened up, the so-called "condensation products." Cited from Creative Chemistry, by Edwin E. Slosson
  • Care must be taken that condensation products cannot collect in the purifying vessel. Cited from Acetylene, Principles, &c, by Leeds & Butterfield
  • Bakelite, however, is only one of an indefinite number of such condensation products. Cited from Creative Chemistry, by Edwin E. Slosson
  • The first assumption is water (or any other condensation product) is efficiently removed.
  • These condensation products suspended in water all precipitate gelatine strongly and leave behind a perfectly clear liquid. Cited from Synthetic Tannins, by Georg Grasser
  • The apparatus should give no tarry or other heavy condensation products from the decomposition of the carbide. Cited from Acetylene, Principles, &c, by Leeds & Butterfield
  • It was found, however, that condensation products from the three isomers were distinguishable from one another neither in physical nor in tannoid properties. Cited from Synthetic Tannins, by Georg Grasser
  • The apparatus shall produce no tarry or other heavy condensation products from the decomposition of the carbide. Cited from Acetylene, Principles, &c, by Leeds & Butterfield
  • Hence, this condensation product exerts a pickling rather than a tanning effect. Cited from Synthetic Tannins, by Georg Grasser
  • A slight excess of formaldehyde and the application of heat result in dark violet insoluble condensation products. Cited from Synthetic Tannins, by Georg Grasser
  • The concentration of condensation products is the same for the small particles and for the deposited surface layers of larger particles.
  • This water-insoluble condensation product is also soluble in alkalies, the solution exhibiting properties similar to that described above. Cited from Synthetic Tannins, by Georg Grasser
  • In highly concentrated alcohol, however, the condensation product is somewhat soluble, yielding a reddish-brown solution. Cited from Synthetic Tannins, by Georg Grasser
  • It is, however, probable that this substance is not homogeneous, but consists of a mixture of higher condensation products. Cited from Synthetic Tannins, by Georg Grasser
  • One drawback of this process is the formation of polymerization and condensation products of acetaldehyde.
  • Exposed to the action of bromine, the condensation product yields a mass which is insoluble in water. Cited from Synthetic Tannins, by Georg Grasser
  • The qualitative reactions of the product in aqueous solution are the same as those given by the salicylic acid condensation product. Cited from Synthetic Tannins, by Georg Grasser
  • The condensation product -- prepared as described for resorcinol, but requiring higher temperature -- is a brick-red powder, insoluble in water. Cited from Synthetic Tannins, by Georg Grasser
  • A suspension in water of the insoluble condensation product does not precipitate gelatine. Cited from Synthetic Tannins, by Georg Grasser
  • These are made from addition condensation products of the amino acid tyrosine, and are stored prior to release in an iodine-containing protein called thyroglobulin.
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