cyclohexylamine


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cyclohexylamine

(ˌsaɪkləʊhɛkˈsɪləˌmiːn; ˌsaɪkləʊhɛkˈsɪləmɪn)
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a highly toxic and hazardous organic chemical derived from cyclohexane
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Ketamine is a phencyclidine derivative, and the chemical name is Cyclohexylamine. It is generally used for induction and more rarely for the continuity of surgical anesthesia.
Catalyst Yield (%) Temperature Time (h) Reference ([degrees]C) No used 97.9 200 1 [24] No used 92.37 70 9 [10] No used 97 90 9 This work Cyclohexylamine 85.12 90 2 [25] TOMAB 93 80 1 [26] Ethanol as 89 110 0.5 [27] co-solvent
Dorsey, "Cyclohexylamine Additives for Enhanced Peptide Separations in Reversed Phase Liquid Chromatography," Biomed.
Hayward, "Ultra-trace level analysis of morpholine, cyclohexylamine, and diethylaminoethanol in steam condensate by gas chromatography with multi-mode inlet, and flame ionization detection," Journal of Chromatography A, vol.
If the use of BA generates an important reduction of pot-life, it could be replaced by less reactive cycloaliphatic monoamines such as cyclohexylamine (viscosity equal to 1.944 mPa.s at 25[degrees]C).
Cyclamate metabolizes into two main byproducts cyclohexylamine and dicyclohexylamine.
Cassebaum and his coworkers [1] synthesized N (o- nitrobenzyl) N-methyl cyclohexylamine hydrochloride and separated from the mixture of its meta and para isomers and non-nitroanalog by condensation with N-methyl cyclohexylbenzylamine.
Cyclamate has a major metabolite, cyclohexylamine, which causes testicular atrophy and at high doses, it has unwanted cardiovascular effects (Bopp and Price, 2001).
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Table 5: Pseudo-first-order competitive rate data for primary and corresponding secondary amines (19) Primary amine [k.sub.2[degrees]Me/1[degrees]] Solvent n-Butylamine 2.1 Ethanol t-Butylamine 1.2 Ethanol Cyclododecylamine 1.2 Ethanol Cyclohexylamine 1.4 t-Amyl alcohol Ethylene diamine 1.6 t-Amyl alcohol Based on this insight, we decided to target two types of dimethyl substituted diamines: one with a linear chain separating the methylamine groups, and one with a xylylene moiety separating them.
The accumulation of Put, resulting from the inhibition of its conversion to Spd by cyclohexylamine (CHA), an inhibitor of spermidine synthase, favoured poplar rooting even in the absence of auxin (Hausman et al., 1997).
[22.] Breen C., Forsyth J., Yark-wood J., Hughes T.: "Thermal desorption-degradation of cyclohexylamine over Ni2+- and Ala+-exchanged bentonite studied using evolved gas analysis (TG-EGA) and diffuse reflectance spectroscopy (DRIFTS)".