monoamide


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mon·o·am·ide

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

(mon-ō-am'īd)
A molecule containing one amide group.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

monoamide

(mŏn″ō-ăm′īd)
An amide with only one amide group.
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Monoamides (N, N-dialkylamides) have been proposed as alternative extractants to overcome the above mentioned problems.
These attractive properties of monoamides make them better alternative extractants as compared to TBP which produces the dibutyl phosphate and monobutyl phosphate during radiolysis and these products are responsible for the formation of third phase or precipitation.
The easy synthesis on bulk scale and inspired solvent extraction results of monoamides, attracted us to use N, N-di(2-ethyl hexyl) hexanamide (DOHA) for the liquid liquid extraction of uranium and to the best of our knowledge this extractant has not been applied for the solvent extraction of uranium so far.
The monoamides are better extractants due to their certain advantages such as their large scale synthesis and easy degradation into gaseous products.
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.