ethylamine


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ethylamine

(ĕth″ĭl-ăm′ĭn)
An amine, CH3CH2NH2, formed in the decomposition of certain proteins.
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Biogenic amine concentration (mM) at 48 h during in vitro rumen fermentation using different ratios of soybean meal and soluble starch Amines Soybean meal:soluble starch ratio Control 10:0 7:3 Histamine 0.013 (c) 3.230 (a) 2.134 (b) Methylamine ND 0.198 0.017 Ethylamine ND 0.376 0.072 Tyramine ND ND ND Phenylethylamine ND ND ND Putrescine ND 0.863 0.222 Cadaverine ND 0.343 0.071 Amine index 0.013 (b) 4.436 (a) 2.427 (a) Total amine 0.013 (c) 5.009 (a) 2.516 (b) Amines Soybean meal:soluble starch ratio 5:5 3:7 0:10 Histamine 0.020 (c) 0.026 (c) 0.015 (c) Methylamine ND ND ND Ethylamine ND ND ND Tyramine ND ND ND Phenylethylamine ND ND ND Putrescine 0.000 0.000 ND Cadaverine ND ND ND Amine index 0.020 (b) 0.026 (b) 0.015 (b) Total amine 0.020 (c) 0.026 (c) 0.015 (c) ND, not detected.
In this way, we discovered that quaternary ammonium constituted 47% of the end groups; therefore, if we ignore the ethylamine end groups, we can assume that 53% of the polymeric chains contained morpholine end groups.
After the reduction of MWCNT with ethylamine in the presence of polyether amine, there is a dramatic decrease in the intensities of the peaks corresponding to the oxygen functionalities, such as the -COOH stretching vibration peak at 1727 [cm.sup.-1] and the -OH deformation vibration peaks (3425 [cm.sup.-1] and 1399 [cm.sup.-1]).
50 1.5 96 Reaction conditions: 1.0 equivalent of salicyldehyde, 1.0 equivalent of ethylamine,2.0 equiv.
To a solution of 1.63 g (10.0 mmol) 2,4-dichloro-6-methylpyrimidine in 10 mL iso-propanol, 1.97 mL (11.0 mmol) diisopropyl ethylamine (DIPEA) and 1.65 g (11.0 mmol) 6-aminobenzothiazole were added.
ABSTRACT: Catalytic synthesis of 2-aminonitroethane along with electrochemical behaviour of related ethylamine and nitroethane have been reviewed.
But psychologist Richard Robinson told a science conference that taking an exciting fairground ride could boost the levels of a hormone called phenyl ethylamine that created a sense of euphoria.
CHOCOLATE: Dark chocolate contains phenyl ethylamine and caffeine which stimulate the brain.
INTRODUCTION: Atrazine, (2-chloro-4-(ethylamine)-6-(isopropylamine)-s-triazine), is the most widely used corn herbicide in the U.S.
* Wild 2 contains two nitrogen-bearing organic molecules, methylamine (C[H.sub.3]N[H.sub.2]) and ethylamine (C[H.sub.3]C[H.sub.2]N[H.sub.2]), bolstering the idea that comets delivered to Earth the critical materials that enabled life to arise.
Prediction of [B.sub.i] for amines and heterocyclics Compounds [beta] Pitzer Mod Pitzer AAD AAD Methylamine 0.761 33.6 44.4 Dimethylamine * 0.496 49.2 14.4 Ethylamine * 0.544 76.8 18.9 Diethylamine 0.348 67.8 36.4 Trimethylamine * 0.294 30.4 7.7 Triethylamine 0.256 191.5 48.6 Pyridine 0.361 47.4 159.1 A-Picoline 0.281 25.2 47.8 Pyrrolidine 0.340 54.0 10.4 Pyrrole * 0.573 464.5 8.8 2,6 Dimethylpyridine 0.224 129.0 312.1 Furane 0.167 25.7 31.7 Methylfurane 0.162 137.0 48.6 Thiophene 0.208 54.8 62.4 Mean 99.1 63.9 * Compounds whose experimental data were used to derive the relation reported in Table 1 for this class of molecules
(2005) demonstrated that the presence of ethylamine in a glyphosate formulation had major effects on Bradyrhizobium, whereas the active ingredient (glyphosate) had little if any effect.