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amidine

[′am·ə‚dēn]
(organic chemistry)
A compound which contains the radical CNHNH2.
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Ackermann, "Amidines for versatile cobalt(III)-catalyzed synthesis of isoquinolines through C-H functionalization with diazo compounds," Organic Letters, vol.
Latent nucleophiles that are thermally activated may support vulcanization processes that do not suffer from scorch safety issues, while latent forms that are hydrolytically sensitive, such as bicyclic amidines (8), may support products intended for moisture-curing applications.
Moreover, he says that the new amidines may be toxic to aquatic organisms.
The formation of amidines between imido esters and amines from protein side chains was first described in 1962 by Hunter et al.
Ciba has developed several new classes of photolatent bases, which are stable and inactive in the dark when incorporated in coating systems, but efficiently release tertiary amines or amidines on irradiation with UV or daylight.
The annulation and chemistry of 4, 5-dihydroimidazoles and the inadequate reports of the use of amidines which are used as a source of azomethine ylides have encouraged us to study the production and reactions of 4, 5dihydroimidazolium ylides.
Khodeir, "Reactions with heterocyclic amidines (V).
Therefore, at present, TTBDs control is mainly effected by widespread use of acaricides like organophosphates, carbamates, pyrethroids, BHC/cyclodines, amidines, macrocyclic lactones and benzoylphenylureas leading to various problems such as resistance, residues, environmental pollution and high cost.
Several new and very promising families of strong neutral bases--"proton sponges" [31-33], guanidines [34], amidines, phosphazenes [28-30, 35, 36], phosphorus ylides [37, 38]--have emerged.
Moreover, it should be noted that adduct formation of deprotonated amines and amidines can occur and produce well-known catalysts for epoxy polymerization.
Using phase stabilizer is the effective solution to reduce alcohol-oil interfacial tension [4 5] including ethers ketones esters fatty alcohols aliphatic hydrocarbons fatty acids non-ionic surfactants acetal/ketones biodiesels and amidines [6-8].