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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Hydrogen cyanamide accelerates vegetative budbreak and shortens fruit development period of blueberry.
Whereas better reduction in nematode population occurred when plants were treated with fungi which was comparable to Calcium cyanamide.
There were no differences among the three groups, in DM + EtOH + cyanamide + I/R versus DM + EtOH + wortmannin + I/R versus DM + EtOH + atractyloside + I/R.
Three soil conditioners 900 kg/hm2 of quicklime (96% CaO, supplied by Makepolo, China), 375 kg/hm2 of calcium cyanamide (containing 19.
Effect of calcium cyanamide on pathogenic Escherichia coli during mesophilic composting and impact on composting process, Global Nest Journal 14(4): 460-467.
Several ALDH inhibitors have been used to cause massive acetaldehyde accumulation after alcohol consumption, most commonly disulfiram and cyanamide.
Hydrogen cyanamide * is used in agriculture as a plant growth regulator and is applied to many deciduous plants to stimulate uniform budbreak after dormancy, resulting in uniform flowering and maturity.
Another form of activated oxygen may be present within peroxycarboximidic acid, which is thought to be an intermediate in the interaction of cyanamide with peroxide, proposed as a peroxide activator for the bleaching of sulfite pulps.
cyanamide, sulfur mustard, phthalates, cytostatic drugs, and hormones).
Poorly defined Calcium cyanamide Poorly defined 9(?
Under pressure, it degrades at temperatures exceeding 610[degrees]C ([sim]1130[degrees]F) to form cyanamide.