any metal salt of the enol form of a tautomeric aldehyde or ketone

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  • énolate — ● énolate nom masculin Anion provenant de l arrachement irréversible d un proton par une base à un énol …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Enolate — Ein Enolat ist das Anion der Enolform einer Carbonylverbindung. Enolate entstehen durch die Deprotonierung eines CH aciden Wasserstoffs in α Position zur Carbonylfunktion. Es lassen sich zwei Grenzstrukturen formulieren, Enolate sind somit… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Énolate — Énol Un énol est un alcène avec une fonction alcool en position vinylique. Sommaire 1 Définition 2 Équilibre (ou tautomérie) céto énolique 3 Mécanisme de formation …   Wikipédia en Français

  • enolate — enoliatas statusas T sritis chemija formulė R₂C=CROM atitikmenys: angl. enolate rus. енолят …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • enolate — /een l ayt /, n. Chem. any metallic derivative of an enol. [1960 65; ENOL + ATE2] * * * …   Universalium

  • enolate — eno·late …   English syllables

  • enolate — āt noun ( s) Etymology: enol + ate : a metallic derivative of an enol * * * /een l ayt /, n. Chem. any metallic derivative of an enol. [1960 65; ENOL + ATE2] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Enolate anion — An enolate anion is an anion derived by loss of a proton from the alpha carbon of a carbonyl group; it is the anion of an enol.For instance, a base abstracts one proton from acetone to form enolate anion.The enolate anion is stabilized by… …   Wikipedia

  • Aldol reaction — The aldol reaction is a powerful means of forming carbon–carbon bonds in organic chemistry.[1][2][3] Discovered independently by …   Wikipedia

  • Enol — Enols (also known as alkenols) are alkenes with a hydroxyl group affixed to one of the carbon atoms composing the double bond. Enols and carbonyl compounds (such as ketones and aldehydes) are in fact isomers; this is called keto enol… …   Wikipedia

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