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triazines

A class of anticonvulsant drugs. An example is lamotrigine (Lamictal).

triazines

selective herbicides including atrazine, propazine, simazine, prometone, prometryne. They are poisonous if given in sufficient quantity but the syndrome, weight loss, anorexia and weakness, is too nonspecific to be valuable diagnostically.
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Dyes 6a and 6g have bridging anilines containing chloro groups at o, p and m-position to NH group, so C-Cl peak was observed at 710-720 cm-1 in addition to C-Cl absorption of the triazine ring system.
The presence of p-BAPS was effective in promoting thermal crosslinking and triazine formation of the polymer films.
Some of the more common are free-radical/coagent cure, catalyst-induced triazine cure and formation of benzoxazole crosslinks.
We want to know on a molecular level, how our triazine derivatives influence the cell development," said Mihovilovic.
The triazine herbicides (including atrazine) and urea derivatives (diuron) are photosystem II inhibitors (Stryer, 1995).
The advantage owing to the chloro triazine groups (s-triazine) is that due to the electrophilic property of the cyanuric group, a wide range of chromophores having good fastness to light, perspiration and chlorine.
EPA opened a special review of the triazine herbicides back in 1994 and gave it a clean bill of health in 2006.
The CSIRO bioremediation team is now focusing on improving the production and application of the enzyme, to provide farmers and water consumers around the world with a cost-effective bioremediation product to address triazine contamination.
Keck, J, Stuber, GJ, Kramer, HEA, "Deactivation Processes of 2-Hydroxyphenyl-1,3,5-triazines: Polymeric and Monomeric UV Absorbers of the Benzotriazole and Triazine Class.
In June 2006, EPA also studied the the cumulative risks associated with those triazine herbicides and stated that they pose "no harm that would result to the general U.
Theoretically, reaction might occur between methylol derivatives of phenol and triazine nuclei in reactions such as those shown in Figure 1.