acetamide


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ac·et·a·mide

(as-et-am'īd, ă-set'ă-mīd),
CH3CONH2; used in biomedical research.
Synonym(s): acetic amide

acetamide

(ă″set-ă-m′īd″, as″ĕt-am′īd″) [L. acetum, vinegar + amide]
Acetic acid amide, CH3CONH2, used in industry for synthesis of chemicals and as a solvent.
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Hashim, "Anticancer, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic activities of synthesized 2(substituted phenoxy) acetamide derivatives," BioMed Research International, vol.
Hydrogen peroxide reacts with acetamide to form iminoperacetic acid.
Molecular weight data were collected on a Waters GPCV 2000 instrument using dimethyl acetamide containing 0.
2] in N,N-dimethyl acetamide in the presence of [K.
It is compatible with a broad range of contact media from acetamide to zeolites.
Temperatures had to be controlled closely to prevent production of acetamide which would solidify the catalyst particles.
Bhaduri found that the coefficients of performance (COPs) for all these blends increase with the increase in evaporator and generator temperatures, and that the top-rated blend -- NN Dimethyl acetamide -- has a higher COP than aqua-ammonia and lithium bromide.
United States patent number 8,377,968 entitled "N-Piperidinyl Acetamide Derivatives as Calcium Channel Blockers" provides broad coverage for Z944 including compositions of matter and certain therapeutic methods of use through April 2029.
Tenders are invited for Triamcenolone Acetamide Buccal Paste
PVDF is soluble in some common solvents such as N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone (NMP), N, N-dimethyl acetamide (DMAc), and dimethyl formamide (DMF) (Guo-dong and Yi-ming, 2014).
We also used acetamide as an alternative solvent for the Leuckart reaction.