alkylamine


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alkylamine

[¦al·kəl·ə¦mēn]
(organic chemistry)
A compound consisting of an alkyl group attached to the nitrogen of an amine; an example is ethylamine, C2H5NH2.
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As shown in the figure, during the process of preparing the alkyl-GNPs the physically adsorbed alkylamines are covalently bonded to the GNPs via amidation and nucleophilic epoxide ring opening reaction.
Caption: FIGURE 2: (a) Effect of wound closure on silver alginate guar gum alkylamine nanoparticles and other positive controls, (b) histological examination of control (without treatment) tissue, and (c) histological examination of tissue treated with silver alginate guar gum alkylamine nanoparticles [26] (figure obtained from an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License).
Pundir, "Immobilization of a-amylase onto alkylamine glass beads affixed inside a plastic beaker: kinetic properties and application," Indian Journal of Chemical Technology, vol.
The silver nanometal ink used in this study includes alkylamine encapsulated silver nanoparticles at high concentration with weight ratio in the range between 40 % and 60 %.
Darryl Francis (76-91) found five words longer than Ganymede, my longest excluding the nonce alakazarca: four 10s (alkylamine, calamondin, cascarilla, Nectarinia) and one 12 (cacogalactia).
It entails a fabric care additive composition having an acidic pH comprising, based on total composition weight, from about 5% to about 20% of a cationic polymer, said fabric care additive composition further comprising a cationic surfactant, wherein said cationic polymer has a charge density of from about 0.05 meq/g to about 25 meq/g at a pH of from about 2 to about 11 and said cationic polymer is a polymer selected from the group consisting of alkylamine epichlorohydrin polymers, homopolymers of diallyldimethyl ammonium chloride, copolymers of diallyldimethyl ammonium chloride, and combinations thereof, in the presence of water in a washing machine with a conventional detergent as a source of anionic surfactant to form a mixture having an ACD:CCD ratio of from about 2.T to about 0.1:1.
Nakamoto, "Novel preparation of monodispersed silver nanoparticles via amine adducts derived from insoluble silver myristate in tertiary alkylamine," Journal of Materials Chemistry, vol.
Azido alkylamines can be obtained from the reaction of bromo alkylamine hydroboride with sodium azide or from a similar reaction with N-phthalimido bromo alkylamine followed by amine deprotection with hydrazine (Figure 28).
The imine is then reduced with NaBH4 to give an alkylamine, which illustrates a reductive amination sequence.
The morphine pharmacophore of a tertiary alkylamine at least four atoms away from an aromatic ring and common to methadone, pethidine and fentanyl, is readily seen in the selected conformations of these drugs shown in Figure 2.