piperidine


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pi·per·i·dine

(pī-per'i-dēn),
1. a compound from which are derived phenothiazine antipsychotics such as thioridazine hydrochloride and mesoridazine besylate.
2. One of a class of alkaloids containing a piperidine (1) moiety.
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A flash chromatography system with a silica gel cartridge was further developed to isolate and purify the piperidine and piperideine alkaloids (Li et al.
In most cases, the structures are derived from two main chemical frames: the piperidine alkaloid and N-isobutylamide alkaloids.
The Pipe and Kim research groups devised a way to strongly link long polymer chains of a plastic called polyacrylic acid (PAA) with short strands of another called polyacryloyl piperidine (PAP).
4-t-butyl cyclohexanone, piperidine, paraformaldehyde, acetic acid, hydroxyl amine hydrochloride, sodium acetate, sodium bisulfite, potassium cyanide, diethyl ether and other chemicals were purchased from Merck chemical Co.
In search of other opioids with good analgesic potency and fewer incidence of side effects mainly respiratory depression, a phenyl piperidine derivative fentanyl and thienyl analogue of fentanyl-Sufentanil and many more were discovered and studied.
A piperidine amide extracted from Piper longum L fruit shows activity against Aedes aegypti mosquito larvae.
p-Tolualdehyde, sebacoyl chloride, 1,6-hexanediol, DMAP, triethylamine, DMF, and piperidine (Aldrich) were used as received.
Eisai's Aricept (donepezil hydrochloride) is a piperidine derivative that acts centrally as a reversible AChEI.
The Knoevenagel condensation is generally carried out in the presence of weak organic bases such as aliphatic amines, ethylenediamine and piperidine or their corresponding ammonium salts, Lewis bases and acids including Zn[Cl.
Fentanyl, a Phenyl piperidine derivative, is a short-acting and potent synthetic narcotic.
In the first experiments, the team exposed the pathogen's threadlike growth form, called "mycelium," to various piperideine or piperidine concentrations and monitored the effect on the colony size of P.