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diazotize

 [di-az´o-tīz]
to introduce the diazo group into a compound.

di·az·o·tize

(dī-az'ō-tīz),
To introduce the diazo group into a chemical compound, usually through the treatment of an amine with nitrous acid.

diazotize

/di·az·o·tize/ (di-az´o-tīz) to introduce the diazo group into a compound.

diazotize

to introduce the diazo group into a compound.
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Conditions were kept same as discussed above during diazotization.
Indirect flow injection voltammetric determination of sulphanilamide by monitoring at a glassy carbon electrode the excess of nitrite remaining after its diazotization has been reported by Fogg et a1 [55].
The absorbance of the chromophore formed during diazotization of the nitrite with sulphanilamide and subsequent coupling with napthylethylene diamine is used as the marker for NO scavenging activity [25].
The diazotization reaction was allowed to proceed for about 30 min, with occasional shaking.
As an alternative, a diazotization method has been used to measure the bilirubin concentration in AF (4).
4]-N and cadmium reduction followed by diazotization with sulfanilamide for N[O.
Synthesis of new Congo Red derivatives (6a-j) was achieved by diazotization of Congo Red at low temperature followed by coupling with a number of different coupling partners 5a-j in basic medium.
Starting from available 2-nitroaniline, we accessed 3,8-dibromobenzo[c]cinnoline through a coupling reaction and a ring-forming diazotization.
In methods that rely on reduction of nitrate to nitrite by a metal or nitrate reductase, with subsequent determination of nitrite by diazotization [9, 12, 13], deproteinization is essential to eliminate artifactually high results in most plasma or serum samples [9, 13].
Usually, azocompounds are prepared by diazotization of the aromatic amine in mineral acid at about 0degC followed by coupling with nucleophiles [7].
First, a tandem Ullmann coupling--reductive diazotization afforded 2,9-dichlorobenzo[c]cinnoline in high yield.
Our results confirmed this effect, regardless of whether the Jendrassik-Grof diazotization method or the Vitros method was used.