Definition of Methyls

1. Noun. (plural of methyl) ¹



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Definition of Methyls

1. methyl [n] - See also: methyl

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Methyls

methylphosphotriester methyltransferase
methylprednisolone
methylprednisolone acetate
methylprednisolone hemisuccinate
methylprednisolones
methylprednisone
methylprogesterone
methylpropane
methylpropanes
methylpropanone
methylpropene
methylpropylthiambutene
methylpyridine
methylrosaniline chloride
methyls (current term)
methylsalicylate
methylserotonin
methylsiloxane
methylsodium
methylsulfate
methylsulfenamide
methylsulfonyl
methylsulfonylmethane
methylsulphonylmethane
methyltestosterone
methyltetrahydrofolate
methyltetrahydrofolates
methylthioinosine

Literary usage of Methyls

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"The conformation in which both methyls stagger the méthylène has <p\ = <pi = 0. This conformation is experimentally known to be the lowest energy form.30 ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1917)
"After discussing factors influencing dissociation and the relation between dissociation and the nature of the aryl groups, seven triphenyl- methyls are ..."

3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1903)
"... carbon is made up by the interaction necessary to dissociate or to bring together the two methyls, which counts as a unit of valency to each carbon. ..."

4. A History of Chemistry from Earliest Times to the Present Day Being Also an by Ernst von Meyer (1906)
"Cacodyl, which is arsenic copulated with two methyls, does indeed form two oxides, from which it might be argued that the one with one equivalent of oxygen ..."

5. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistry (1902)
"... carbon is made up by the interaction necessary to dissociate or to bring together the two methyls, which counts as a unit of valency to each carbon. ..."

6. Chemistry of the Carbon Compounds; Or, Organic Chemistry by Victor von Richter (1885)
"666), by the successive oxidation of the methyls and the elimination of CO.. (Ann., 215, I, and Ber., 16, 1946. ..."

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