anilide


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an·i·lide

(an'i-līd),
An N-acyl aniline, for example, acetanilide.

an·i·lide

(an'i-līd)
An N-acyl aniline; e.g., acetanilide.
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In 2011, FWs had higher levels of organophosphates and the anilide fungicide boscalid than NFW households did, further demonstrating the link between agricultural pesticide use and the levels detected in the dust of FW households.
(1974) Some metal halide complexes of morpholine-4-thiocarbonic acid anilide. J of Inorg.
Influence of thermal annealing on the thermodynamic and mass-transfer kinetic properties of 0and L-phenylalanine anilide on imprinted polymeric stationary phases.
In another study, TFR was exploited to carry out nucleophilic aromatic substitution reaction of nitrobenzene by a strong nucleophile like anilide salt of tetramethylammonium ion to give p-nitroso or nitro diphenylamine in a continuous manner.
elegans growth were highest for anilide (0.81), amide (0.76), and urea (0.75), whereas all of the balanced accuracies for prediction of rat from C.
1999), 13 weeks of exposure of 4-week-old rats to 3,3',4,4'-tetrachloroazoxybenzene, a contaminant of 3,4-dichloroaniline and the anilide herbicide Diuron, which acts through the aryl hydrocarbon receptor in a dioxin-like manner, decreased the motility but not the concentration of the epididymal spermatozoa.