amidine

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am·i·dine

(am'i-dēn),
The monovalent radical -C(NH)-NH2.

amidine

/am·i·dine/ (am´ĭ-dēn) any compound containing the amidino (—C(dbondNH)—NH2) group.

am·i·dine

(am'i-dēn)
The monovalent radical -C(NH)-NH2.
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Latent nucleophiles that are thermally activated may support vulcanization processes that do not suffer from scorch safety issues, while latent forms that are hydrolytically sensitive, such as bicyclic amidines (8), may support products intended for moisture-curing applications.
Our studies start with a brief examination of the ammonia system before progressing to latent primary amines and amidines.
Moreover, he says that the new amidines may be toxic to aquatic organisms.
In an experiment with crude oil mixed in water, the researchers were "shocked" when turning off an amidine surfactant didn't just stop the mixing process but also accelerated oilwater separation, Jessop says.
2] on one of the two outer backbone carbon atoms of dimethyl pimelimidate produces a tetrahedral intermediate that splits into the amidine link and methanol.
TABLE 8 SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS FOR BIGUANIDES AND AMIDINES IN ANTISEPTICS AND DISINFECTANTS, 2008 (%)
FIGURE 3 SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS FOR BIGUANIDES AND AMIDINES IN ANTISEPTICS AND DISINFECTANTS, 2008 (%)
The bases included are well-known anilines, pyridines, simple amines, phosphines, guanidines, amidines, and porphyrins.
Altogether 58 bases (pyridines, anilines, amines, guanidines, amidines, phosphazenes) are included and around 120 independent [DELTA][pK.
Complement inhibition by amidines and guanidines-in vivo and in vitro results.
It has been known for some time that amidine and guanidine derivatives will inhibit C-mediated hemolysis (i.
6,503,940 B2, entitled "Prodrugs for Antimicrobial Amidines," by the U.