00 Hardcover QD262 Biochemists, organic chemists, and just plain chemists consider in turn oxidation reactions, hydrogenation and reduction reactions, and carbon-carbon and carbon-hetero bond-forming reactions.
What does C-C stand for?
C-C stands for Carbon-Carbon
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- Community Business Environment Training and Audit (UK)
- Continuous Built-In Test
- Continuous Built in Test Equipment
- Closed-Loop Bell Laboratories Layered Space-Time Architecture
- Coalition Battle Management Language (Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization; also seen as CBML)
- Concept Bill-Of-Materials
- Circular Derivative of Bovine Pancreatic Trypsin Inhibitor
- Cellular-BTS Range Extension System (Oberon Wireless)
- Cesarean Section Bilateral Tubal Ligation
- Conservative Busy Tone Multiple Access
- Carotid-Cavernous (relating to the carotid artery and the sinuses)
- Ceramic-on-Ceramic (biomaterials)
- Conventional Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (surgery)
- Canadian Coalition Against Child Exploitation
- Coast Watch Change Analysis Program (US NOAA)
- Centre for Computer Aided Power Sector Studies
- Controller Communication and Situation Awareness Terminal
- Certified Clinical Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Social Worker
- Counter Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (US Air Force)
- Carbon-Carbon Composite
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These products are said to form strong carbon-carbon crosslinked bonds between polymer chains to fully utilize the engineering capabilities of today's elastomers by providing improved mechanical and heat resistant properties.
According to the company, the booklet provides a discussion of cross-coupling reactions--a recently introduced synthetic method for carbon-carbon bond formation.
The CIP Group, sells and machines isotropic graphite, extruded graphite, molded graphite and carbon-carbon composite.
During metathesis, molecules that contain carbon-carbon double bonds swap groupings of atoms.
In contrast, plastics usually consist of polymer chains with carbon-carbon backbones.
The porous carbonized wood may be used for various applications such as filters, or may be further processed to form carbon-polymer or carbon-carbon composites.