imine


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imine

[′i‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
A class of compounds that are the product of condensation reactions of aldehydes or ketones with ammonia or amines; they have the NH radical attached to the carbon with the double bond, as R‒HC=NH; an example is benzaldimine.
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7 ppm standing for an imine linkage, which indicated that the condensation reaction between-CHO and-N[H.
The main groups of identified compounds are; (1) carboxylic acids and esters (2) hydrocarbons and derivatives (3) imines amines and amides derivatives (4) alcohol derivatives (5) phenol derivatives (6) heterocyclic aromatic compounds (7) benzene derivatives (8) ketone derivatives (9) cyclodienes (10) azole derivatives (11) aldehyde derivatives and (12) diphenyl ether derivatives.
2007) developed a series of macromolecular photoinitiators by means of introducing the epoxy groups into thioxanthone, and coupling the tertiary amine with thioxanthone in a molecule through the reaction between epoxy and imine groups.
Reactions of N-acetyl-p-benzoquinone imine with reduced glutathione, acetaminophen and NADPH.
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The remaining 10% is metabolized via the cytochrome P-450 pathway to form N-acetyl-p-benzoquinone imine (NAPQI), a potent electrophile, which is rapidly converted to a nontoxic moiety and excreted via conjugation with reduced glutathione.
Consequent oxidative metabolism results in the production of the toxic metabolite, N-acetyl-p-benzoquinone imine (NABQUI), which causes centrilobular necrosis.
Based on infrared spectroscopy, conductivity measurements, molecular weight determination and magnetic studies, the ligand behave as tridentate, having azomethine nitrogen, imine nitrogen and amido oxygen as the coordinating sites, with the molecular formulae [U[O.
Among them were 1,4-benzoquinone (a mutagen) and N-acetyl-p-benzoquinone imine (a hepatotoxicant also produced during acetaminophen metabolism that is responsible for overdose deaths).
The first step is the formation of an imine between p-anisidine and ethyl glyoxalate using molecular sieve.
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Besides these signals, no further resonance lines can be detected in this spectrum, confirming previously reported conclusions that pyridinic nitrogen or imine structures (-25 to -90 ppm) are not major components of organic nitrogen in most soils (Knicker et al.