oxamide


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oxamide

[′äk·sə·məd]
(organic chemistry)
NH2COCONH2 Water-insoluble white powder, melting at 419°C; used as a stabilizer for nitrocellulose products.
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2]-hydrogens in the alternating oxamide adipate units (I).
1) were assigned lo ihe N-H stretch-ing vibration of the amide groups in the alternating oxamide adipate units (I) or the esleramide unils (II) fonned by the esier-amide interchanging reaction, and the amide groups in the lerephihalamide dieslers units (III) fonned in the chain extension between the HOOC- terminal groups of the PrePEA(0.
mis and the chain extender PBOX brought about the lerephthalamide dieslers unils (III), which were different from the major alternating oxamide adipate units (I) in the prepolyeste ram ides.
HCN was oxidized to cyanogen which was hydrolyzed to oxamide in concentrated hydrochloric acid.
It contains an oxamide functionality that gives it metaldeactivating properties, according to Gimbarski, who adds that this characteristic is unusual in a HALS.
HA-B-AO has the metal-deactivating oxamide group of HA-R100 as an additional stabilizing functionality in the middle of the structure.
Pryde and Chan (9) and Chan (10) suggest that hydrazine compounds slightly out perform oxamide compounds as metal deactivators when infrared spectra are compared or oxygen uptake is measured.