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im·i·do

(ĭm′ĭ-dō′)
adj.
Of or relating to imides or an imide.
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It is well known that the four new peaks correspond to the characteristic imido bands.
5c, all characteristic imido bands of raw polyimide are retained for zeolites @ polyimide membrane, and a new kind of peak appears at 990-1010 [cm.sup.-1] for the latter, which corresponds to the stretching vibrations of zeolites structure framework [35].
The formation of amidines between imido esters and amines from protein side chains was first described in 1962 by Hunter et al.
Current projects include the creation of extended structures involving imido analogues of common oxo-anions and investigations of coordination complexes and polymers formed by novel ambidentate ligands.