cyanamide


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cyanamide

[sī′an·ə‚mid]
(inorganic chemistry)
NHCNH An acidic compound that forms colorless needles, melting at 46°C, soluble in water. Also known as urea anhydride.
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In this perspective, the present work was developed aiming to evaluate the effect of cane torsion and doses of hydrogen cyanamide on bud burst and yield of grapevine cv.
Two chemicals including Vydate and Basamid (G) while one fertilizer Calcium cyanamide were used at the rate of 4.85g/L, 2g/L and 5g/L, respectively.
Then, the reaction was cooled to 0[degrees]C, cyanamide (0.37 g, 8.84 mM) in 5 ml of dry methanol was added slowly in dropwise manner, and the reaction was continued for 5 h at the same temperature.
The ALDH2 inhibitor cyanamide (CYA) at 1 mmol/L was given from 10 min before ischemia to the first 10 min of reperfusion, with total perfusing for 50 min (DM + EtOH + CYA I/R); the mitoPTP opener atractyloside (Atr) at 20 mmol/L was given from the last 5 min of ischemia to the early 10 min of reperfusion, with total perfusing for 15 min (DM + EtOH + Atr I/R).
Keywords: Soil conditioners; Quicklime; Calcium cyanamide; Consecutive monoculture problem; Functional diversity; BIOLOG
Hence, conventional treatment with disulfiram or cyanamide does not favour understanding or awareness with regard to the underlying addictive disease, which tends to be persistent and can be reactivated by even just one drink, since the first glass can lead to uncontrolled drinking and relapse into heavy drinking, with all the associated negative consequences.
Calcium cyanamide (CaC[N.sub.2]) is an environmentally friendly N fertilizer with pesticide effects (Shi et al.
In general, bulk g-[C.sub.3][N.sub.4] was synthesized by pyrolysis of nitrogen-rich organic precursors, such as cyanamide [4], dicyandiamide [14], melamine [11], ammonium thiocyanate [22], urea [23], and thiourea [24].
Another method, known as the cyanamide process, involved reacting gaseous nitrogen with calcium carbide at high temperatures to produce the nitrogen compound calcium cyanamide.
Figures 5(a)-5(d) describe the entire procedure for the preparation of C-NGNSs; this procedure employs cyanamide (N[H.sub.2]CN) as a nitrogen source.
One of the first lab studies Suenram worked on with Johnson and Lafferty was the microwave spectrum of cyanamide (94), which had been detected in the Sgr B2 interstellar cloud by Turner et al.