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 (hī-drŏk′sə-lə-mēn′, hī′drŏk-sĭl′ə-mēn′, -sə-lăm′ĭn)
A colorless crystalline compound, H3NO, explosive when heated, that is used as a reducing agent and in organic synthesis.


(haɪˌdrɒksɪləˈmiːn; -ˈæmɪn; -ˈsaɪləˌmiːn)
(Elements & Compounds) a colourless crystalline compound that explodes when heated: a reducing agent. Formula: NH2OH


(haɪˌdrɒk sə ləˈmin, -səlˈæm ɪn)

an unstable, weakly basic, crystalline compound, NH3O, used as a reducing agent, analytical reagent, and chemical intermediate.
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It provides guidance on selecting the appropriate aminating agent--whether haloamines, hydroxylamines, diazonium salts, azo compounds, or azides--for different types of carbon nucleophile.
21,22) A one-pot synthesis of [beta]-lactams by a multi-component coupling (23) of N-alkyl hydroxylamines, aldehydes, and alkynes catalyzed by copper were reported under mild conditions (Scheme 2).
Toxic metabolites form haptens with tissue proteins and produce neoantigens, such as the formation of reactive hydroxylamines from sulfonamides.
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Biological formation and pharmacological, toxicological, and pathological properties of hydroxylamines and hydroxamic acids.
48) Nitrosamine aspects in the use of hydroxylamines to shortstop the emulsion processes of rubber latexes.
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com/research/jmmgkb/the_chemistry_of_h) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "The Chemistry of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids.