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Definition of the noun Amidine

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noun - plural: amidines

  1. [chemistry] any of several classes of organic compound, formally derived from oxoacids, by replacement of the hydroxy group with an amino group, and the oxo group with =NR


Amidine: Amidines are a class of oxoacid derivatives.

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Google previewSystematic Nomenclature of Organic, Organometallic and Coordination Chemistry (2007)

Chemical-Abstracts Guidelines with IUPAC Recommendations and Many Trivial Names by Ursula B├╝nzli-Trepp

An amidine is an amide arising similarly from a ...

Google previewExcited States of Proteins and Nucleic Acids (2012)

by Robert Steiner

The resulting amidine is a much stronger base than the parent amine, exhibiting a pKa of about 12.5.9%) The preparation of the imidoesters (also called iminoesters, iminoethers, or alkyl imidates) is achieved by the Pinner synthesis, in which ...

Google previewErrors of Speech and of Spelling (1877)

by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer

The soluble part is called amidine, q.v. ...

Google previewScience of Synthesis: Houben-Weyl Methods of Molecular Transformations Vol. 16 (2014)

Six-Membered Hetarenes with Two Identical Heteroatoms

by reaction with a large excess of diethylamine; a ring-opened amidine is a byproduct.[769] Scheme 108 Ring Transformation of ...

Google previewCRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences (2001)

by Robert Alan Lewis

/V-dimethyl form- amidine; chlorophen-amidine; chlorphen- amidine; chlorophedine; bermat; spanon; CDM). an insecticide and acaricide that is effective against a wide range of pests that are resistant to carbamates and organophosphates.

Google previewDictionary of Alkaloids, Second Edition with CD-ROM (1989)

by Ian W. Southon, John Buckingham

alkaloids containing the amidine or guanidine function, e.g. Pterogynine: (b) miscellaneous compounds with ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine: An IOC Medical Commission Publication, Sports Nutrition (2013)

by Ronald J. Maughan

The first reaction, catalyzed by glycine transamidinase, takes place in the kidneys , small intestine, pancreas, and liver, and involves an amidine group being reversibly transferredfrom argininetoglycinetoform guanidinoacetic acid.

Google previewThe New London Medical and Surgical Dictionary, Etc (1826)

by J. S. Forsyth

AMIDINE. A substance produced, according to M. De Saussure, when the paste of starch is abandoned to itself, with or without heing'iu con-_ tact with air. A' MIDUM. See Amylum. AMKNEIUM. Awinc produced'in Aminaea, formerly a province ...

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Amidine Meaning

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Scrabble value of A1M3I1D2I1N1E1

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