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azo compound

Any of the organic substances that contain the azo group. An example is azobenzene, C6H5N:NC6H5. They are related to aniline and include important dyes and indicators.
See: indicator for table
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Here we report synthesis and characterization of redox active supramolecule naphthalene diimide (NDI) functionalized metal nanoparticles.
In EIMS adducts [M.sup.+]-2[H.sub.2]O that correspond to the diimide analogs formed by dehydration of two carbamoylcarboxylic acids units were detected.
Electrochemical telomerase assay with ferrocenylnaphthalene diimide as a tetraplex DNA-specific binder.
The conducting dendrimers synthesized by Miller and Tomalia have branches of the polymer polyamidoamine with negatively charged diimide ions attached to the outer surface.
In previous works, naphthalene diimide (NDI) [21] and perylene diimide (PDI) [22, 23] derivatives are frequently considered as the skeleton of n-type acceptor polymers, such as NDI-bithiophene (N2200).
In vitro ruminal methanogenesis of a hay-rich substrate in response to different combination supplements of nitrocompounds, pyromellitic diimide and, 2-bromoethanesulphonate.
Reaction mixture was vortex-mixed and incubated for 24 h at 4 [degrees]C to form the diimide bond (Fig.
(2004) conducted in vitro trial with various methane reducing agents (30 umol BES, 10 ppm PMDI, 10 mM fumarate or malate, 5% [C.sub.18:2] or [C.sub.18:3]) and they found that all the agents reduced methane emission compared to control, and effect in methane reduction was greater for BES and pyromellitic diimide (PMDI) as halogenated compound than for UFAs ([C.sub.18:2] and [C.sub.18:3]) and organic acids (malate and fumarate, Figure 5).
In several recent works, the novel preparation of hydrogenated elastomer latexes (HNBR, HSBR and HBR) via an efficient, non-catalytic "diimide" reduction technique has been described (refs.
An off-white precipitate was formed, filtered off, washed several times with water, and dried to give 0.77 g (89%) of diimide dicarboxylic acid 9.
"Improved aging and UV resistance of TPES derived from diimide HSBRs" is based on a paper given at the 1994 Society of Plastics Engineers Annual Technical Conference.