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imine

[′i‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
A class of compounds that are the product of condensation reactions of aldehydes or ketones with ammonia or amines; they have the NH radical attached to the carbon with the double bond, as R‒HC=NH; an example is benzaldimine.
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In efforts to resolve this problem, we have introduced ether and imine groups containing diol such as 4,4'-{ oxy-1,4-diphenyl bis(nitromethylidine)}diphenol (ODBNMD) onto the PU backbone.
The complementary use of spectroscopic techniques on a model system determined that the crosslinking reaction yields an imine, not an enamine as has been proposed in some literature.
Several complexes were made by reacting imines with solution of metal containing solutions and offered octagonal geometry, and were studied by various spectroscopic methods [9].
The final section explores the oxidation of alcohols and amines to carbonyl compounds and imines catalyzed by well-defined transition metal complexes bearing bidentate and miscellaneous chelating ligands, recent progress in reducing polar carbon-heteroatom unsaturated bonds, and carbon-carbon bond-forming reactions via hydrogen transfer.
THE SURFACE OF SILICA AS A MEDIUM FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF CHIRAL IMINES AND CHIRAL AMINES, M.
The combined breadth of resins represented by SABIC and Aster cover everything from commodity polymers such as polypropylene and nylon to high performance materials including fluoropolymers, polysulfones, polyethylene imines and liquid crystal polymers among others.
The synthesis and assaying of biological activity of imines have considerable interest in recent decades [10].
A variety of metals and low valent metal reagents have been proposed to accomplish the coupling reaction of imines [5].
Cain tested vulcanizates protected with quinone imines or quinone diimines before and after hot methanol-acetone-chloroform azeotropic extraction.
Reduction of Aldehydes and Imines and Reductive Amination of Aldehydes under Mild Conditions Using Hypervalent Hydridosilicates, Chem.
Other topics include asymmetric allylic alkylation, carbon-boron and carbon-silicon bond formation, the copper-catalyzed asymmetric addition reaction of imines, chiral copper Lewis acids in asymmetric transformations, mechanistic aspects of copper-catalyzed reactions, and applications to the synthesis of natural products.
Recently we have been investigating "greener-methods for the synthesis of aromatic benzodiazines, chiral imines and chiral amines.