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amidine

(ˈæmɪdaɪn)
n
one of a class of organic compounds derived from oxoacids
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Namboothiri, "Synthesis of imidazoles via cascade reaction of nitroallylic acetates with amidines and studies on their trypanocidal activity," Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, vol.
One of the popular solutions is to add phase stabilizer to reduce alcohol-oil interfacial tension [4-5], such as ethers, ketones, esters, fatty alcohols, aliphatic hydrocarbons, fatty acids, non-ionic surfactants, acetal/ketones, biodiesels and amidines [6-11].
Cobalt (III) catalysis has been effectively utilized in [N.sub.2]-[C.sub.3] and [C.sub.4f]-[C.sub.4] bond formation/ cyclizations of oximes, amidines, and hydrazones to prepare a broad array of isoquinolines bearing fluorine and fluorine-containing groups.
Although over one-hundred NOS inhibitors have been described as possible pharmacological tools (31) reducing or preventing the biological effects of NO (2,5), the majority of them are nonselective, and just a few compounds, such as 7-nitro-indazole, amidines, and some amino acid derivatives, are able to selectively inhibit nNOS (33,34).
Staben, "Rapid synthesis of 1,3,5-substituted 1,2,4-triazoles from carboxylic acids, amidines, and hydrazines," Journal of Organic Chemistry, vol.
The three-component reaction involving aldehydes, 2.17.1, malononitrile, 2.17.2, and amidines, 2.17.3, in the synthesis of 4-amino-5-pyrimidinecarbonitriles, 2.17.4, (Scheme 21) was catalyzed using CuO microspheres.
Nitrogen-based nucleo-philes, including ammonia, amines, and amidines are highly reactive under solvent-free conditions, giving a range of thermoset (1), functional (2), and ionomer (3)derivatives.
At present, TTBDs control is mainly focused on widespread use of various acaricides like organophosphates, carbamates, pyrethroids, BHC/ cyclodines, amidines, macrocyclic lactones and benzoylphenylureas leading to various problems such as resistance, residues, environmental pollution and high cost.
These amidines are electrically neutral in undisturbed water, but when carbon dioxide bubbles through, the compounds transform into amidinium bicarbonate salts that act as surfactants.