amide hydrolysis


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amide hydrolysis

[′am‚īd hī′dräl·ə·səs]
(organic chemistry)
The cleavage of an amide into its constitutive acid and amine fragments by a net addition of water.
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Karaman, "Analyzing the efficiency in intramolecular amide hydrolysis of Kirby's N-alkylmaleamic acids--a computational approach," Computational and Theoretical Chemistry, vol.
Chin, "Carboxylic acid participation in amide hydrolysis. Evidence that separation of a nonbonded complex can be rate determining," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
Stanley Brown, FCIC, Queen's University: Catalysis Award for his research in electrophilic bromination, amide hydrolysis mechanisms, catalysis and model enzyme chemistry.
This, however must be followed by amide hydrolysis and equilibration at the benzylic centre, to give the threo isomer of the ritalinic acid.
* Methods based on the chemical properties of amide groups in PAM, including: (A) fluorescence spectrometry; (B) amide hydrolysis with ammonia detection, and (C) N-bromination method.
There are two possible ways for these anilines to be formed: through the formation of CDEPA/CMEPA by P450 followed by an arylamidase reaction, or through conjugation of the herbicide with glutathione by displacement of the chlorine atom and subsequent amide hydrolysis. Li et al.