alkylamine


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al·kyl·a·mine

(al-kil'ă-mēn),
An alkane containing an -NH2 group in place of one H atom; for example, ethylamine.

alkylamine

[al′kiləmīn′]
an amine in which an alkyl group replaces one to three of the hydrogen atoms that are attached to the nitrogen atom of ammonia, such as methylamine (amino-methane).
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When the silver nanoparticles are contacted with the surface, they are directly connected with the carboxyl groups that form stronger bonds than with the encapsulating alkylamine molecules (Fig.
Isabelle De Scheirder, the company's communication coordinator, said: "We are the world's leading active specialist producer of alkylamines that is integrated into the production of a broad range of alkylamine derivatives.
A comparison of immobilization of oxalate oxidase from different plant sources onto free and affixed arylamine and alkylamine glass beads shows better conjugation yield of Amaranthus enzyme immobilized onto affixed arylamine glass beads and higher retention of activity of Amaranthus enzyme immobilized onto free alkylamine glass beads (Table I).
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The product contains four different antivirus components ethanol, benzalkonium chloride, polyoxyethylene alkylamine and polyhexamethylene biguanide (PHMB), and can remove not only general bacteria and viruses but also noroviruses that cause a fatal food poisoning.
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5], monoethanolamine, alkylamine, and sodium dimethyldithiocarbamate) may oxidize or erode the glass fibers, causing reduction in tensile properties of the treated material.
ZPP has a layered crystal structure similar to MMT, and the intercalation reaction of ammonia or alkylamine into ZPP has been reported (18), (19).
Cabot Corporation has obtained a patent for a modified pigment preparation that is comprised of a pigment having attached a group comprising the formula -X-Sp-S-[PI], wherein X is an arylene, heteroarylene, or alkylene group, Sp is a spacer group, and PI represents a polymeric group comprising at least one ionic or ionizable group comprising the reaction product of a polymer having at least one anhydride, at least one activated carboxylic acid, or at least one carboxylic acid or salt thereof and an alkylamine, arylamine, or alcohol.
Alkyl solutions were prepared using a slight modification of the procedure of Lagaly (1994), which consisted of heating the solution containing the required amount of alkylamine salt, ethanol, water, and HCl at about 60[degrees]C for 1 h and adjusting the solution pH to 6.