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am·i·nol·y·sis

(am'i-nol'i-sis),
Replacement of a halogen in an alkyl or aryl molecule by an amine radical, with elimination of hydrogen halide.

aminolysis

/am·i·nol·y·sis/ (am″ĭ-nol´ĭ-sis) reaction with an amine, resulting in the addition of (or substitution by) an imino group —NH—.

am·i·nol·y·sis

(am'i-nol'i-sis)
Replacement of a halogen in an alkyl or aryl molecule by an amine radical, with elimination of hydrogen halide.

aminolysis

(am″ĭ-nol′ĭ-sis) [ amine + -lysis]
Metabolic transformation of amino-containing compounds by removal of the amino group.
aminolytic (ă-mē″nŏ-lit′ik), adjective
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There are several research studies about the aminolytic degradation or aminolytic modification reactions of PET fibers [26-31] in aqueous solutions.
There are numerous research studies about the partial aminolytic degradation of PET fibers (16-18).