The unsaturated acids, also received much attention, and he discovered the internal anhydrides of oxyacids, termed lactones.
The iodine number indicates a small content of unsaturated acids.
This group includes both saturated and unsaturated or condensed compounds.
It is an unsaturated compound, and on oxidation with potassium permanganate gives succinic acid.
(b) Cellulose combined with unsaturated groups or ligno-celluloses, jute and the woods.
The temperature falls at the adiabatic rate in unsaturated air till the base of the cumulus cloud is reached.
If it is an unsaturated compound, like linseed oil, rapid absorption of oxygen will cause the film to dry rapidly and become hard.
The color was recorded as a "light, unsaturated yellow, elytra darker yellow, body irridescent below."
So we find that it is the free and unsaturated fatty acids that cause butter and oil to become rank and rancid.
The lignone complex reacts, by its unsaturated groups, with the halogens.
unsaturated un·sat·u·rat·ed (ŭn-sāch'ə-rā'tĭd)
Of or relating to a solution in which the solvent is capable of dissolving still more of the solute; not saturated.
Of or relating to a chemical compound in which all the affinities are not satisfied, so that still other atoms or radicals may be added to it.
Of or relating to chemical compounds containing double and triple bonds.