biaryl

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Etymology[edit]

bi- +‎ aryl

Noun[edit]

biaryl (plural biaryls)

  1. (organic chemistry) Any compound containing a substructure that is an assembly of two aromatic rings or aryl groups, if joined by a single bond.
    • 2002, J Hassan, M Se ́vignon, C Gozzi, E Schulz & M Lemaire* (2002) "Aryl−Aryl Bond Formation One Century after the Discovery of the Ullmann Reaction," Chem. Rev. 102:1359−1469, esp. 1362:
      Copper is the most ancient transition metal used for the synthesis of biaryls and it is still employed nowadays. This part will deal with recent developments in aryl-aryl bond formation using copper derivatives as reagents or catalysts.

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biaryl (not comparable)

  1. (organic chemistry, especially in combination) Of or pertaining to a compound containing an assembly or substructure of two aromatic rings or aryl groups, if joined by a single bond.

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