oxime

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oxime

[′äk‚sēm]
(organic chemistry)
Compound containing the CH(:NOH) radical; condensation product of hydroxylamine with aldehydes or ketones.
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Later, with the availability of faster reagents, tests suggested that a modified aldoxime extractant would allow the plant to run during the winter without heating the pregnant leach solution.
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These compounds synthesis by means of dehydration of amides or aldoximes with a appropriate dehydrating agent would be alternative method[2].