cyclohexylamine


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cyclohexylamine

[¦sī·klō·hek′sil·ə‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
C6H11NH2 A liquid with a strong, fishy, amine odor; miscible with water and common organic solvents; used in organic synthesis and in the manufacture of plasticizers, rubber chemicals, corrosion inhibitors, dye-stuffs, dry-cleaning soaps, and emulsifying agents.
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Cyclohexylamine emission was essentially complete by the end of the cross linking process.
Other amines such as cyclohexylamine are common in industrial plant utilities where there are long pipe runs.
This effort determined if enhancements to the properties of fully cured EPON 830-4,4'-Methylene His Cyclohexylamine epoxy resin systems (ERSs) could be induced by thermally curing them, while also simultaneously exposing them to economically generated magnetic fields (MFs).
MBS (2-morpholinothiobenzothiazole), a chemical that forms the secondary amine morpholine, generates the nitrosamine NMOR (N-nitrosomorpholine), while CBBS generates the primary amine cyclohexylamine, which does not yield a nitrosamine.
With minor formula changes, sulfenamides based upon tertiary-butylamine or cyclohexylamine can replace a morpholine based sulfenamide.
Brief Introduction to the Major End Use Sections of Aniline in China: MDI, cyclohexylamine, etc.
Cyclohexylamine and cyanuric acid, chemical pure, purchased from National Medicine Group Chemical Reagent of Shanghai, China; 4,4'-diphenylmethane disocyanate (MDI), chemical pure, purchased from TCI company of Shanghai, China; PA6 used in this study, purchased from Guangdong Xinhui Meida Nylon (Guangdong, China) and the grade is M2500.
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The accumulation of Put, resulting from the inhibition of its conversion to Spd by cyclohexylamine (CHA), an inhibitor of spermidine synthase, favoured poplar rooting even in the absence of auxin (Hausman et al.
increase for cyclohexylamine amine intermediates in the U.
Three differing nitrogen derivatives were used: cyclohexylamine, cyclopentylamine, and tert-butylamine: the cyclohexylamine and cyclopentylamine were used primarily for molecular studies, and the tert-butylamine was primarily used to determine feasibility for eventual pentaprismane synthesis.