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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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In other words, the remaining APST monomers might have reacted with the Ce acetate to form the propylsilane structure containing the acetamide and acetoxyl methyl groups, which possess greater thermal stability than does APST.
These charged fibers can be electrically deflected or collected on a metal sheet or rotating drum covered with aluminium foil [27-29], PU was dissolved in tetrahydrofuran and dimethyl acetamide (9:1) and gently stirred continuously for about 2-A h.
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AMINOGUANIDINYL- AND ALKOXYGUANIDINYL-SUBSTITUTED PHENYL ACETAMIDES AS PROTEASE INHIBITORS
Histopathology of breast lesions induced in BUF rats of varying ages by ingestion of N-4-(4'-fluorobiphenyl) acetamide.
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There are many chemicals that can be used as a plasticizer for starch such as polyol, sorbitol (8), urea (18), ethanolamine (18), acetamide (19), formamide (19), and also mixed plasticizer (15), (18-22).
P(MVT-VT) is soluble in most polar solvents such as dimethyl acetamide (DMAc), NMP, dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), and DMF at room temperature as shown in Table 1.
Hair care compositions containing polymeric N-vinyl acetamide and methods of treating hair, U.
Chloroform, methyl alcohol, N-methyl pyrolidone (NMP) and dimethyl acetamide (DMAc) were reagent at room temperature grade and used without further purification.
These solvents include N,N-dimethylformamide (DMF), N,N-dimethyl acetamide (DMAC), and dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) as well as aqueous inorganic solvents, including sodium thiocyanate (5).
Chitin is structurally similar to cellulose, but it is an amino polysaccharide having acetamide groups in the C-2 positions in place of hydroxyl groups.