alkylamine


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al·kyl·a·mine

(al-kil'ă-mēn),
An alkane containing an -NH2 group in place of one H atom; for example, ethylamine.

alkylamine

[al′kiləmīn′]
an amine in which an alkyl group replaces one to three of the hydrogen atoms that are attached to the nitrogen atom of ammonia, such as methylamine (amino-methane).
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05 meq/g to about 25 meq/g at a pH of from about 2 to about 11 and said cationic polymer is a polymer selected from the group consisting of alkylamine epichlorohydrin polymers, homopolymers of diallyldimethyl ammonium chloride, copolymers of diallyldimethyl ammonium chloride, and combinations thereof, in the presence of water in a washing machine with a conventional detergent as a source of anionic surfactant to form a mixture having an ACD:CCD ratio of from about 2.
ZPP has a layered crystal structure similar to MMT, and the intercalation reaction of ammonia or alkylamine into ZPP has been reported (18), (19).
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A comparison of immobilization of oxalate oxidase from different plant sources onto free and affixed arylamine and alkylamine glass beads shows better conjugation yield of Amaranthus enzyme immobilized onto affixed arylamine glass beads and higher retention of activity of Amaranthus enzyme immobilized onto free alkylamine glass beads (Table I).
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4] confirmed that the tensile strength of nanocomposites did not improve but rather decreased depending on the type of alkylamine inlercalant.