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Triphenyl     1,3-diphenylbenzene

Synonyms: Terbenzene, M-TERPHENYL, m-Triphenyl, Santowax M, Santowax R, ...
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  • Novel terphenyls as selective cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitors and orally active anti-inflammatory agents [31].
  • Organophosphorus-induced neurotoxicity in the absence of neuropathy target esterase inhibition: the effects of triphenyl phosphine in the European ferret [32].
  • The work is based on the experiment of tunable emission from doped 1,3,5-triphenyl-2-pyrazoline (TPP) organic nanoparticles (Peng, A. D.; et al. Adv. Mater. 2005, 17, 2070) [33].
  • The phases studied included polymeric C18, monomeric C18 (with end capping), monomeric C18 (without end capping), triphenyl, naphthylethyl and pyrenylethyl phases [34].
  • The interlocking nature of the m-terphenyl units in self-assembled [Fe(2)(mu-O(2)CAr(Tol))(2)(O(2)CAr(Tol))(2)L(2)] (L = C(5)H(5)N (4); 1-MeIm (5)) promotes the formation of coordination geometries analogous to those of the non-heme diiron cores in the enzymes RNR-R2 and Delta 9D [35].

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