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guan·i·dine

(gwahn'i-dēn, -din),
A strongly basic compound, usually found (in some plants and lower animals) as the hydrochloride; a constituent of creatine and arginine.

guanidine

/gua·ni·dine/ (gwah´nĭ-dēn) the compound NHdbondC(NH2)2, a strong base found in the urine as a result of protein metabolism and used in the laboratory as a protein denaturant. The hydrochloride salt is used in the treatment of myasthenia gravis.

guanidine

(gwä′nĭ-dēn′)
n.
A strongly alkaline crystalline compound, NHC(NH2)2, formed by the oxidation of guanine and found in the urine as a normal product of protein metabolism. It is commonly used in the organic synthesis of plastics, resins, and explosives.

guanidine

the amidine of amino carbamic acid. The hydrochloride preparation is used to increase acetylcholine release in the treatment of myasthenia gravis and botulism.
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Altogether 58 bases (pyridines, anilines, amines, guanidines, amidines, phosphazenes) are included and around 120 independent [DELTA][pK.
Accelerators described include sulfenamides, guanidines, thiurams, dithiocarbamates, thioureas and specialty curatives.
Compound 10, containing a high sulfur cure and a guanidine accelerator, shows the guanidines to be easily bondable, although it suggests that C8007/8210 is not the best choice.
zClass Speed Amine-aldehyde Slow (condensation products) Guanidines Medium Benzothiazoles Semi-fast Sulfenamides and sulfenimides Fast, delayed action Dithiophosphates and xanthates Fast Thiurams Very fast Dithiocarbamates Very fast zClass Acronyms Amine-aldehyde (condensation products) Guanidines DPG, DOTG Benzothiazoles MBT, MBTS Sulfenamides and sulfenimides CBS, TBBS, MBS, DIBS, TBSI Dithiophosphates and xanthates ZBDP Thiurams TMTD, TMTM, TETD Dithiocarbamates ZMDC, ABDC
based Pepton peptizer and guanidines rubber chemicals products of Cytec Industries.
Table - 15 Product class Possible formation of suspect nitrosamines Sulfenamides (primary amines) No Sulfenamides (secondary amines) Yes Thiazoles No Guanidines No Dithiocarbamates Yes Thiurams Yes Specialty amines No (in most cases) Dithiophosphates No Sulfur donors (secondary amines) Yes