cyclize

cyclize
\\ˈsīˌklīz, ˈsīkəˌlīz, ˈsiˌklīz\ verb (-ed/-ing/-s)
Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary cycl- + -ize
: to subject to cyclization
: to undergo cyclization

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  • cyclize — (Amer.) v. (Chemistry) undergo cyclization; cause cyclization (also cyclise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cyclize — verb see cyclization …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cyclize — /suy kluyz, sik luyz/, v., cyclized, cyclizing. Chem. v.t. 1. to cause cyclization. v.i. 2. to undergo cyclization. Also, esp. Brit., cyclise. [1905 10; CYCLE + IZE] * * * …   Universalium

  • cyclize — verb To undergo, or cause to undergo, a reaction resulting in the formation of an aromatic or ring structure …   Wiktionary

  • cyclize — cy·clize or Brit cy·clise sīk (ə ).līz, sik vb, cy·clized or Brit cy·clised; cy·cliz·ing or Brit cy·clis·ing vt to subject to cyclization vi to undergo cyclization …   Medical dictionary

  • cyclize — or cyclise sʌɪklʌɪz verb Chemistry undergo or cause to undergo a reaction in which one part of a molecule becomes linked to another to form a closed ring. Derivatives cyclization noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • cyclize — cy·clize …   English syllables

  • cyclized — cyclize (Amer.) v. (Chemistry) undergo cyclization; cause cyclization (also cyclise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cyclizes — cyclize (Amer.) v. (Chemistry) undergo cyclization; cause cyclization (also cyclise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cyclizing — cyclize (Amer.) v. (Chemistry) undergo cyclization; cause cyclization (also cyclise) …   English contemporary dictionary

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