A colorless, mobile, and very volatile liquid obtained from alcohol by certain processes of oxidation.
Any compound having the group -CHO. Methyl aldehyde, the simplest aldehyde, is more commonly called formaldehyde, H-CHO, and acetic aldehyde is now more commonly called acetaldehyde. The higher aldehydes may be solids. A reducing sugar typically contains the aldehyde group.
Molecule/ functional group of generic type RHC=O, where is a carbon chain of some sort. See here for a picture.
Alcohol-related chemicals that compose a fragrance and strengthen the power of a perfume.
(al´ duh hide) • A compound with a -CHO functional group. Many sugars are aldehydes. (Contrast with ketone.)
Literally, an al cohol that has been dehyd rogenated. Compounds with at least one hydrogen atom attached to a C=O (carbonyl) group, such as formaldehyde (H2CO) or acetaldehyde (CH3CHO).
( AHL- DEH-HAI - D ) A CHEMICAL THAT CONTAINS A, -C-O-C- , OR -C=O2=C- GROUP OF EPOCSI OCSION ATOMS & CARBON ATOMS, AT ITS CORE, SUGARS AND ACETONES, ARE EXAMPLES, OF ALDEHYDES.
Organic compound that contains the - CH=O group. An example is glyceraldehyde. Can be oxidized to an acid or reduced to an alcohol.
Aldehydi Aldehyd A compound containing a carbon-oxygen double bond at the end of the chain of carbon atoms (RCHO).
An organic compound with a carbonyl at one end of a hydrocarbon group.
abbreviation of alcohol dehydrogenatum (dehydrogenated alcohol), meaning compounds containing the -CO radical attached to a hydrocarbon free radical and a hydrogen atom.
any of a class of highly reactive chemical compounds; used in making resins and dyes and organic acids
a organic compound with a terminal carbonyl group
a type of compound found in many flowers and fruits
A family of compounds consisting of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen atoms only. There is a carbon atom joined to an oxygen atom with a double bond (C=O) at the end of the molecule.
An organic compound containing the -CHO group (see below). An example of these distinct aromatic compounds is formaldehyde.
an organic compound containing the carbonyl group bonded to at least one hydrogen atom.
One of a class of organic compounds containing the CHO radical.
A compound containing an aldehyde group (-CHO).
(RCHO) An aldehyde is an organic compound with a carbon bound to a -(C=O)-H group. Examples are formaldehyde (HCHO), acetaldehyde, CH3CHO, and benzaldehyde, C6H6CHO.
a compund that has a carbonyl group bonded to one carbon and one hydrogen
A chemical precursor to alcohol. In some cases, alcohol can be oxidized to aldehydes, creating off-flavors.
chemical compound derived from the oxidisation of some primary alcohols. The chemical group of aldehyde is H-C=O.
An organic chemical consisting of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Aldehylde have a powerful diffusive effect. Aldehyde-type fragrances are characterized by a rich opulent top note. The most famous of these is Chanel No.5.
The chemical group R- CHO. The word by itself usually refers to shorter (C6-C12) straight chain (aliphatic) aldehydes used in perfumery.
An aldehyde is a highly-reactive chemical compound made by oxidizing different alcohols to make resins and organic acids.
An aldehyde is an organic compound containing a terminal carbonyl group. This functional group, which consists of a carbon atom which is bonded to a hydrogen atom and double-bonded to an oxygen atom (chemical formula O=CH-), is called the aldehyde group. The aldehyde group is also called the formyl or methanoyl group.