amination


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am·i·na·tion

(am'i-nā'shŭn),
The introduction of an amine moiety into a compound.

amination

/am·i·na·tion/ (am″ĭ-na´shun) the creation of an amine, either by addition of an amino group to an organic acceptor compound or by reduction of a nitro compound.
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The ratio is significantly higher on aminated scaffolds, proving successful amination of the surface (p < 0.
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Examples of applications include: amination, coating/ink adhesion, biocompatibility, non-fouling, or wettability to aqueous and oleo reagents.
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Our current focus is on Buchwald-Hartwig amination, which is a specific type of cross-coupling, named after two scientists who independently developed the reaction and have done the most important work on it over the last 15 years: Stephen L.
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The FTIR spectra of the composites of the 2nd system were different from that of chitosan due to the amination of primary amino groups [19].
Alanine is most commonly produced by the reductive amination of pyruvate via alanine transaminase.
The imine is then reduced with NaBH4 to give an alkylamine, which illustrates a reductive amination sequence.
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Reactions in the amination direction were conducted by adding the cocktail to different micro-test tubes each containing fixed concentrations of NADH (0.