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di·a·mine

(dī'ă-mēn, -min),
An organic compound containing two amine groups per molecule, for example, ethylenediamine, NH2CH2CH2NH2.
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diamine

(dī-ăm′ĭn) (-ēn)
A chemical compound with two amino, —NH2, groups.
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Meanwhile, these results indicate that carboxylic acid groups were formed on the opened MWNTs, and the weight percentage of the hexamethylene diamine grafted on the MWNTs was approximately 2 wt% of the total weight.
Regarding the cell size, initiators containing diamine gave smaller cells than sucrose/glycerin containing one, presumably, because of the catalytic activity of amine for gelling reactions.
The potential effect of paraphenylene diamine on reproductive system should be investigated in view of extensive hair dyes used all over the globe.
The diamine monomers and the lactone solvent used in processing both have boiling points around 205[degrees]C, which may explain the minimal loss of mass around that temperature.
Methylcyclohexyl diamine (MCDA), is a cycloaliphatic diamine epoxy hardener, and, like isophorone diamine (IPDA), (3) is well suited to flooring applications; MCDA has a lower viscosity than IPDA, which is also well known for its low viscosity.
It contains a toxic compound Para Phenyline Diamine (PPD) having highly toxic properties.
This work presents cytotoxicity assays performed with ferrocenyl diamine hydrochlorides in six different strains of T.
They are designed with meta-xylene diamine polyamide (MX nylon) suitable for reusable instruments or components.
Paraphenylene diamine (hair dye) poisoning in children.
Xie and Wang developed a shape memory polymer which functions as a temporary clamp based on an aliphatic diepoxy and a diamine curing agent.