anilide


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an·i·lide

(an'i-līd),
An N-acyl aniline, for example, acetanilide.

anilide

/an·i·lide/ (an´ĭ-līd) any compound formed from aniline by substituting a radical for the hydrogen of NH2.

an·i·lide

(an'i-līd)
An N-acyl aniline; e.g., acetanilide.
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Some metal(II) halide complexes of morpholine-4-thiocarbonic acid anilide have been prepared and characterized by analysis, conductance and spectroscopic techniques.
Despite the analytical efforts seeking toxic substances in these oils, only aniline derivatives such as fatty acid anilides (1,3,17,18) and fatty acid esters of 3-phenylamino-1, 2-propanediol (PAP esters) (19-21) have been identified in toxic oil batches.
Influence of thermal annealing on the thermodynamic and mass-transfer kinetic properties of 0and L-phenylalanine anilide on imprinted polymeric stationary phases.