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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.
The ratio of reductive dimerization and ordinary C=N reduction, as well as the diastereomeric ratio of 1,2-diamine, depends on both the metal reagent used and the structure of starting imine [5].
RAPID PHOSPHITE REDUCTION OF AROMATIC NITRO IMINE COMPOUNDS AS A ROUTE TO HETEROCYCLES USING A CONVENTIONAL MICROWAVE OVEN
Cain tested vulcanizates protected with quinone imines or quinone diimines before and after hot methanol-acetone-chloroform azeotropic extraction.
8:30 SYNTHESIS OF CHIRAL IMINES AND AMINES ON SILICA GEL, Antonija
During the alkaline hydrolysis, ammonia was evolved and an orange-red color developed due to formation of conjugated imines.
Interesting, traditional electrophiles such as imines, ketones or aldehydes have remained unreactive under Pd-catalyzed coupling conditions.
8:30 SYNTHESIS OF CHIRAL IMINES AND AMINES ON SILICA GEL, An-tonija Tangar *, Siddhi Shah and John T.
A second inherent limitation is that water sensitive substrates, such as imines (12) or a-alkoxyalkyl chloride cannot be used.
9:40 SYNTHESIS OF IMINES AND AMINES ON SILICA, MOLECULAR SIEVES, AND ANHYDROUS SODIUM SULFATE, Michael Quinif *, Sung-Taek Kim and John T.