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amidine

[′am·ə‚dēn]
(organic chemistry)
A compound which contains the radical CNHNH2.
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These amidines are electrically neutral in undisturbed water, but when carbon dioxide bubbles through, the compounds transform into amidinium bicarbonate salts that act as surfactants.
Hordiyenko, also known as Alex Amidine and Aleksandr Vetrov, denies the charge and a trial date has been fixed for July 31 at Teesside Crown Court.
Ukrainian Yuri Hordiyenco, also known as Alex Amidine and Aleksandr Vetrov, is alleged to have operated from premises on Westgate Road, in Newcastle city centre.
Areas of synthesis expertise include asymmetric, azepane, morpholine, pyrrolidine, tropanone, amino acid, amidine, piperidine, pyridine, and indole chemical specialties.
These so called "switchable" solvents have two main components, an amidine base such as DBU (1,8-diazabicyclo-[5.
The first two consist of mono--or bisquaternary ammonium salts (6, 7) and amidine and guanidine compounds, respectively.
Minimal amidine structure for inhibition of nitric oxide biosynthesis.
Compound 4 was subjected to a standard procedure of transforming the cyano group into amidine via thioimidate salt [7], that is nitrile 4 was reacted with hydrogen sulphide affording thioamide 5, which was converted to thioimidate salt 6 with methyl iodide.
03 in 17 chromosome 1 [Q09760] AA080628 phosphoribosylformylglycin amidine 7 synthase [P35421] AA080629 ORF 1130 [U20247] 6 AA080630 human thrombospondin 1 precursor 7 [P07996] AA080632 URP5 [1204259B] 16 AA080631 ERCC5 [D16305] 6 AA080635 murine erythroleukemia cardiac calcium 5 channel [U17869] AA080637 ORF gene product [X95373] 7 AA080638 latent transforming growth factor 8 beta-binding protein 3 precursor [A57293] AA080641 aminopeptidase [U35646] 28 AA080643 TO8A11.
1998) Drugs and the Law in New Zealand, Amidine Publications, Dunedin.
Gupta, Synthesis and anti-inflammatory activity evaluation of some sulfonamide and amidine derivatives of 4-aryl-3-(2 or 4-picolyl)-2-imino- 4-thiazolines, Indian J.