Definition of Cycloaddition

1. Noun. (organic chemistry) An addition reaction that leads to the formation of a cyclic product. ¹



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Definition of Cycloaddition

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cycloaddition

cyclitols
cyclization
cyclizations
cyclize
cyclized
cyclizes
cyclizine
cyclizine hydrochloride
cyclizine lactate
cyclizines
cyclizing
cyclo
cyclo-
cyclo-oxygenase
cyclo-oxygenases
cycloaddition (current term)
cycloadditions
cycloadditive
cycloadduct
cycloadducts
cycloaliphatic
cycloalkane
cycloalkanes
cycloalkanone
cycloalkanones
cycloalkene
cycloalkenes
cycloalkenone
cycloalkenones
cycloalkyl

Literary usage of Cycloaddition

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"cycloaddition. VIII. Ethylene as a Dienophile. A Minute Amount of 1,2 cycloaddition of Ethylene to Butadiene Paul D. Bartlett and Kathleen E. Schueller ..."

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