amidine

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am·i·dine

(am'i-dēn),
The monovalent radical -C(NH)-NH2.

amidine

/am·i·dine/ (am´ĭ-dēn) any compound containing the amidino (—C(dbondNH)—NH2) group.

am·i·dine

(am'i-dēn)
The monovalent radical -C(NH)-NH2.
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Our studies start with a brief examination of the ammonia system before progressing to latent primary amines and amidines.
Reactions of BUR with amines and cyclic amidines proceed too quickly to support industrial mixing and curing processes, necessitating the use of latent curatives that release the nucleophile at controlled rates.
Cyclic amidine bases such as DBU also support rapid and efficient BUR cures.
In an experiment with crude oil mixed in water, the researchers were "shocked" when turning off an amidine surfactant didn't just stop the mixing process but also accelerated oilwater separation, Jessop says.
FIGURE 3 SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS FOR BIGUANIDES AND AMIDINES IN ANTISEPTICS AND DISINFECTANTS, 2008 (%)
TABLE 28 GLOBAL SALES OF BIGUANIDES AND AMIDINES USED AS ANTISEPTICS AND DISINFECTANTS, THROUGH 2013 ($ MILLIONS)
FIGURE 13 GLOBAL SALES OF BIGUANIDES AND AMIDINES USED AS ANTISEPTICS AND DISINFECTANTS, 2006-2013 ($ MILLIONS)
The bases included are well-known anilines, pyridines, simple amines, phosphines, guanidines, amidines, and porphyrins.
Altogether 58 bases (pyridines, anilines, amines, guanidines, amidines, phosphazenes) are included and around 120 independent [DELTA][pK.
It has been known for some time that amidine and guanidine derivatives will inhibit C-mediated hemolysis (i.