oxime

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oxime

 [ok´sēm]
any of a series of compounds containing the CH(=NOH) group, formed by action of hydroxylamine on an aldehyde or ketone.

ox·ime

(ok'sēm),
A compound resulting from the action of hydroxylamine, NH2OH, on a ketone or an aldehyde to yield the group =N-OH attached to the former carbonyl carbon atom.

oxime

/ox·ime/ (ok´sēm) any of a series of compounds containing the CH(dbondNOH) group, formed by the action of hydroxylamine upon an aldehyde or a ketone.

ox·ime

(ok'sēm)
A compound resulting from the action of hydroxylamine, NH2OH, on a ketone or an aldehyde to yield the group =N-OH attached to the former carbonyl carbon atom.

oxime

any of a series of compounds formed by action of hydroxylamine on an aldehyde or ketone.