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amidine

[′am·ə‚dēn]
(organic chemistry)
A compound which contains the radical CNHNH2.
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In an experiment with crude oil mixed in water, the researchers were "shocked" when turning off an amidine surfactant didn't just stop the mixing process but also accelerated oilwater separation, Jessop says.
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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.
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These so called "switchable" solvents have two main components, an amidine base such as DBU (1,8-diazabicyclo-[5.4.0]-undec-7-ene) and an alcohol such as hexanol.
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.