Glyoxime

Gly`ox´ime


n.1.(Chem.) A white, crystalline, nitrogenous substance, produced by the action of hydroxylamine on glyoxal, and belonging to the class of oximes; also, any one of a group of substances resembling glyoxime proper, and of which it is a type. See Oxime.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Deveci, New Glyoxime Derivatives and Their Transition Metal Complexes, Russ.
After equilibrium, the sample was centrifuged and the filtrates were analyzed by a UV-visible spectrophotometer and the Ni(II) ion concentration was found by forming complex with dimethyl glyoxime at 470 nm by dimethylglyoxime method [27].
Soylak, "Spectrophotometric determination of copper in natural waters and pharmaceutical samples with Chloro(phenyl) glyoxime," Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society, vol.
(1986) Modified reagent (dimethyl glyoxime) used Praveen and Aggarwal (1989) Phosphoric acid replaced by sulfuric acid.
Cohen often sends his patients home with dimethyl glyoxime so they can hunt down the bioavailable nickel in their own homes and clothing.