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amidine

[′am·ə‚dēn]
(organic chemistry)
A compound which contains the radical CNHNH2.
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Latent nucleophiles that are thermally activated may support vulcanization processes that do not suffer from scorch safety issues, while latent forms that are hydrolytically sensitive, such as bicyclic amidines (8), may support products intended for moisture-curing applications.
Moreover, he says that the new amidines may be toxic to aquatic organisms.
2] on one of the two outer backbone carbon atoms of dimethyl pimelimidate produces a tetrahedral intermediate that splits into the amidine link and methanol.
TABLE 8 SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS FOR BIGUANIDES AND AMIDINES IN ANTISEPTICS AND DISINFECTANTS, 2008 (%)
Several new and very promising families of strong neutral bases--"proton sponges" [31-33], guanidines [34], amidines, phosphazenes [28-30, 35, 36], phosphorus ylides [37, 38]--have emerged.
Moreover, it should be noted that adduct formation of deprotonated amines and amidines can occur and produce well-known catalysts for epoxy polymerization.
Using phase stabilizer is the effective solution to reduce alcohol-oil interfacial tension [4 5] including ethers ketones esters fatty alcohols aliphatic hydrocarbons fatty acids non-ionic surfactants acetal/ketones biodiesels and amidines [6-8].
As the complexes of the cyclic diamines have not been reported so far, however, they can be compared with cyclic amidines.
Biuret reaction has been extensively studied and reagent has been found active in the determination of acidamides, acid-imides and amidines [17, 18].