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  • noun chemistry Any salt or ester having four acetate groups.


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    Wii-volution 2010

  • Among the 22 flavone derivatives tested, only wogonin was strongly mutagenic, while five derivatives, apigenin triacetate, acacetin, chrysoeriol, pedalitin, and pedalitin tetraacetate, were only weakly mutagenic.

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  • Oxidation of primary alcohols to carboxylic acids Alcohols possessing two hydroxy groups located on adjacent carbons - that is, 1,2-diols - suffer oxidative breakage at a carbon-carbon bond with some oxidants such as sodium periodate (NaIO4) or lead tetraacetate (Pb (OAc) 4), resulting in generation of two carbonyl groups.

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