noun Etymology: tri- + butyl +1tin Date: 1962 an organic compound of tin used as a biocide especially in marine antifouling paints

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  • Tributyltin — Chembox new Name = Tributyltin hydride ImageFile = Tributyltin hydride.svg ImageName = Tributyltin hydride ImageFile1 = Tributyltin hydride 3D balls.png ImageName1 = Tributyltin hydride IUPACName = Tributylstannane Section1 = Chembox Identifiers… …   Wikipedia

  • tributyltin — trīˈbyüd.əltə̇n noun Etymology: tri + butyl + tin (I) : an organic compound of tin used as a biocide especially in marine antifouling paints * * * tributyltin /trī būˈtil tin/ noun Any of several organic compounds added to paint to prevent the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tributyltin — noun a) The organic derivative of stannane tributylstannane b) Any of many derivatives of this compound that are used as biocides …   Wiktionary

  • tributyltin — tri·bu·tyl·tin …   English syllables

  • Tributyltin oxide — Chembox new ImageFile = Tributyltin oxide.png ImageSize = IUPACName = OtherNames = Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 56 35 9 PubChem = SMILES = CCCC [Sn] (CCCC)(O [Sn] (CCCC)(CCCC)CCCC)CCCC. Section2 = Chembox Properties Formula = C24H54OSn2 …   Wikipedia

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  • TBTO — • tributyltin oxide …   Dictionary of medical acronyms & abbreviations

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  • Organotin — compounds or stannanes are chemical compounds based on tin with hydrocarbon substituents. Organotin chemistry is part of the wider field of organometallic chemistry [ Synthetic aspects of tetraorganotins and organotin(IV) halides Sander H.L.… …   Wikipedia

  • Dowd-Beckwith ring expansion reaction — The Dowd Beckwith Ring Expansion Reaction is an organic reaction in which a cyclic β keto ester is expanded by up to 4 carbons in a free radical ring expansion reaction through an α alkylhalo substituent Ref|Dowd1 Ref|Dowd2 Ref|Beckwith1. The… …   Wikipedia

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