succinimide

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succinimide

[sək′sin·ə‚mīd]
(organic chemistry)
C4H5O2N·H2O Colorless or tannish water-soluble crystals with a sweet taste; melts at 126°C; used to make plant growth stimulants and as a chemical intermediate.
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1], which can probably be attributed to an amide group resulting from the opening of the succinimide ring 6.
AEDs that appear to have the lowest risk for major birth defects are the benzodiazepines, the succinimides, and the second-generation agents.
Succinimides are also used as intake valve deposits control additives [4, 16, 17].
succinimides (dominant), as well as calcium and magnesium sulfonates are also added.