Definition of Carboxyls

1. Noun. (plural of carboxyl) ¹



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Definition of Carboxyls

1. carboxyl [n] - See also: carboxyl

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carboxyls

carboxylate reductase
carboxylated
carboxylates
carboxylating
carboxylation
carboxylations
carboxylesterase
carboxylic
carboxylic acid
carboxylic acid ester
carboxylic acid reductase
carboxylic acids
carboxylic ester hydrolases
carboxylmethyltransferase
carboxylmethyltransferases
carboxyls (current term)
carboxyltransferases
carboxymethyl
carboxymethyl cellulose
carboxymethyl glucose
carboxymethylated
carboxymethylation
carboxymethylcellulose
carboxymethylcelluloses
carboxymethyls
carboxynaphthofluorescein
carboxypenicillin
carboxypenicillins

Literary usage of Carboxyls

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1. Cod-liver Oil and Chemistry by Frantz Peckel Møller, Peter Møller Heyerdahl (1895)
"An acid can receive as many atoms of a metal as it has carboxyls, and as we call a metal a base, the acids are said to be monobasic, dibasic, &c., ..."

2. The Development and Present Aspects of Stereo-chemistry by Charlotte Fitch Roberts (1896)
"If, in the above formula, two adjacent hydrogen atoms are replaced by carboxyls, the result of raising the temperature will naturally be to increase the ..."

3. Text-book of Chemistry: Inorganic and Organic, with Toxicology; for Students by Rudolph August Witthaus (1919)
"(1) Oxalic acid and acids in which the two carboxyls are attached to the same ... CO/ (3) When the carboxyls are attached to remote carbon atoms their ..."

4. Untersuchungen über Chlorophyll: Pioneer History of the Territorial and by State Library of Iowa, Johnson Brigham, Richard Willstätter, Arthur Stoll, Berlin Kaiser Wilhelm-institut für chemie (1913)
"Die Abspaltung des letzten carboxyls ist schließlich nach der klassischen ... nur durch den Ort des carboxyls bedingt ist. ..."

5. A Treatise on Chemistry by Henry Enfield Roscoe, Carl Schorlemmer (1887)
"... concluded that the carboxyls are adjacent or occupy the positions 1, 2,1 and this conclusion he corroborated in his valuable research on naphthalene, ..."

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