The resonance position of the methoxy group at [[delta].
What does OMe stand for?
OMe stands for Methoxy Group
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This is because the lone pairs of electrons in the oxygen atom of the methoxy group in POAn offer repulsion against the uptake of chloride ions.
The formulation also contains an anti-soil redeposition component that prevents resoiling of hydrophilic fibers and hydrophobic fibers when coexisting with said inorganic salt, which is a water-soluble polymer substance of a nonionic system including at least one species selected from the group consisting of an acetyl group, methoxy group, hydroxypropyl group, and poly-oxy propylene group as the hydrophobic group, and including a hydroxyl group as the hydrophilic group.
This may have been due to BHA's possession of a methoxy group which increases the accessibility of the radical centre of DPPH to BHA1 Indirect stimulation of lipid oxidation by superoxide as a result of superoxide and hydrogen peroxide act as precursors of singlet oxygen and hydroxyl radical (Cohen & Heikkila, 1974).
An interesting feature of the tetrahydroisoquinoline alkaloids of peyote is the existence of a methylenedioxy substituent on the aromatic ring, in contrast to the three methoxy groups in mescaline.
The last compound is formed due to the cleavage of the protecting methoxy group during the hydroboration procedure.
The position of the methoxy group was confirmed by a nuclear Overhauser effect between methoxy protons and H-2', which was further supported by a [sup.