amidogen


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amidogen

An older term for a compound radical amino group, -NH2.
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The covered PAA layer peeled off in the alkali condition after 6 hours, exposing the amidogen group of KH-550.
We believe that it is due to the hydrogen bonding interaction between oxygen atoms on carboxyl (-CO[O.sup.-]) of poly-L-histidine, the nitrogen atom on amidogen (-N[H.sub.2]), and hydrogen of hydroquinone.
A band at 1668 [cm.sup.-1] could be seen after grafting of amidogen, whereas the 1557 [cm.sup.-1] band could only be seen after the carboxyl group was grafted.
According to the structure of the citric acid, oxalic acid, and histidine, carboxyl (-COOH), hydroxyl (-OH), carbonyl (-C=O), and amidogen (-N[H.sub.2]) likely chelated with heavy metals and had different influences on the desorption of Cd and Pb from soils.
1a), which is likely to more effectively interact with amidogen through ionic bond in aqueous system (Fig.