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primary amine

[′prī‚mer·ē ′am‚ēn]
(organic chemistry)
An amine whose molecular structure may be written as RNH2, instead of R1R2NH (secondary) or R1R2R3N (tertiary).
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It is also a primary amine that is excreted unchanged in the urine.
The surface of ATP was coated with APTES by a dealcoholization reaction to obtain primary amine groups modified ATP according to the reported procedure [35, 36], Typically, 2 g ATP was suspended in 100 ntL xylene in a 250 mL round bottom Bask under the condition of ultrasound dispersion.
The modest chain extension afforded by the two primary amines in MOD 6 and 8 provide a slight further improvement.
has developed N-(N-BOC-aminopropyl), a non-ionic methacrylamide monomer that is reportedly the first commercially available, solvent-soluble blocked primary amine monomer.
Many coadministered medications either do not have a primary amine site or structurally inhibit binding of the chromophore at the site.
About LightUp Probes: LightUp Probes are short peptide nucleic acids that contain a nucleic acid stain molecule covalently bound to the primary amine of the final residue of the PNA sequence.
The role of the primary amine on the pendant sugar moiety for enantiorecognition is unknown.
Poly-A 27-2000 polyoxypropylenediamine is a di-functional primary amine used by the urethane industry in spray elastomer applications.
Poly-A(tm) 27-2000 polyoxypropylenediamine, is a difunctional primary amine used by the urethane industry in spray elastomer applications.
Conversely, near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy characterization can differentiate among distinct bands specific to each epoxide, primary amine, phenyl, combined primary-secondary amine, and the resulting hydroxyl groups during cure of epoxy-amine systems [12-19].
For kinetic experiments, aniline, N-methyl aniline, and dimethyl aniline, (a primary amine, a secondary amine, and a tertiary amine) were also obtained from Aldrich.

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