Definition of Five-membered
1. Adjective. Of a chemical compound having a ring with five members.
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Literary usage of Five-membered
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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"We can directly approach the problem of the aromaticity of five-electron, five-orbital systems by examining the appearance potentials of five-membered-ring ..."
2. Victor Von Richter's Organic Chemistry; Or, Chemistry of the Carbon by Victor von Richter (1899)
"CH, (l, 298, 305)— are five-membered rings with two O- or S-atoms. This is also the case with the ethylene esters of the carbonic acid group — eg, ..."
3. The Medical student's manual of chemistry by Rudolph August Witthaus (1906)
"... the several carbon atoms are not equal in value, and therefore two dif- ferent monosubstituted deriva- C tives exist for the five membered ^/Hf ?w atom' ..."
4. Chemistry of the Carbon Compounds: Or, Organic Chemistry by Victor von Richter (1891)
"... and boiling above 360° (£t- ric/ile, 22, 781). DERIVATIVES OF NUCLEI CONTAINING NITROGEN. A. Derivatives of five-membered nuclei containing nitrogen. ..."
5. Text-book of Chemistry: Inorganic and Organic, with Toxicology; for Students by Rudolph August Witthaus (1919)
"A.—MONONUCLEATE HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS. FIVE MEMBERED RINGS. ... exist for the five-membered / -y \\ rings containing a single hetero- 0'HC CHp atom, ..."
6. A Compendium of Chemistry by Carl Arnold (1904)
"five-membered COMPOUNDS WITH ONE OTHER ATOM IN THE CARBON RING. These contain the tetrol group, C4H4, which with ~NH~, ~O~, or ~S~ form a closed chain: ..."