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car·box·am·ide

(kar-boks'am-īd),
A molecular configuration (-CONH2) that, together with the related carboximides (iminocarbonyls) (-CONH-), is a constituent of many hypnotics, including barbiturates, hydantoins, and thiazines.
Synonym(s): aminocarbonyl
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