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What is acylation?

Acylation is a reaction in which an acyl group becomes attached to some structural unit in a molecule. Examples include the Friefel-Crafts acylation adn the conversio of amine (MORE)
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What is an acyl?

An acyl is a class of organic radicals formed by the removal of a hydroxyl group from a carboxylic acid.

What is an acyl anhydride?

An acyl anhydride is a class of organic compounds with two acyl groups bonded to the same oxygen atom, which react with water to give carboxylic acids.

What is an acyl bromide?

An acyl bromide is an organic compound containing an acyl functional group directly attached to a bromine atom.
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What is an acyl chloride?

An acyl chloride is an organic compound containing an acyl functional group directly attached to a chlorine atom.
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What is an acyl fluoride?

An acyl fluoride is an organic compound containing an acyl functional group directly attached to a fluorine atom.
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What is an acyl halide?

An acyl halide is an organic compound containing an acyl functional group directly attached to a halogen.
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What is an acyl iodide?

An acyl iodide is any organic compound containing an acyl functional group directly attached to an iodine atom.