monoamide


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mon·o·am·ide

(mon'ō-am'īd, -id),
A molecule containing one amide group.
Synonym(s): monamide

monoamide

/mono·am·ide/ (mon″o-am´īd) an amide compound with only one amide group.

mon·o·am·ide

(mon-ō-am'īd)
A molecule containing one amide group.

monoamide

(mŏn″ō-ăm′īd)
An amide with only one amide group.
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The polycondensation of diamines and diesters stops early at the stage of oligoamides because it does not only yield the expected monoamide units BDA and, from those, the chain forming diamide units [B.
Some authors found special ways to deal with this situation: the esters were hydrolyzed [5, 6] or converted into monoamides [7] prior to the condensation, or activated esters were used that are amidated already at low temperatures [8-11].
From nitrogen compounds amides (for instance alkoxylated poly(oxyalkylene)triamides [26], polyether alcohol monoamides [27], alkanolamides comprising an alkoxylated urea, etc.