Isocyanic

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I`so`cy`an´ic


a.1.(Chem.) Designating an acid isomeric with cyanic acid.
Isocyanic acid
an acid metameric with cyanic acid, and resembling it in its salts. It is obtained as a colorless, mobile, unstable liquid by the heating cyanuric acid. Called technically carbimide.
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In CKD, high blood urea concentrations result in increased protein carbamylation where isocyanic acid is attached covalently to arginine or lysine residues.
Carbamylation of proteins results from nonenzymatic chemical modification by isocyanic acid derived from urea and an alternative route, the MPO-catalyzed oxidation of thiocyanate.
In this process, acrylicterminated PU is first synthesized by the reaction of HEA with isocyanic (NCO)-terminated PU prepolymer (polycondensation of diisocyanate, dimethylolpropionic acid, hydroxyl-terminated polyether or polyester) and then the carboxyl group is neutralized with triethylamine.
Researchers first measured isocyanic acid (HNCO) in the atmosphere in summer 2010.
The threat comes from the chemical isocyanic acid (HNCO), which dissolves into the moist tissues of the body and promotes inflammation.
Hong Kong, Aug 15, 2010 - (ACN Newswire) - Prosperity Investment Holdings Limited ("Prosperity Investment" or the "Company") (HKSE: 0310) today announced its investment in a privately-owned hi-technology chemical company, Yantai Juli Isocyanic Ester Co.
It is this pure urea that is thermally decomposed into ammonia and isocyanic acid that is used in the SCR process.
Noel, "The Formation and Hydrolysis of Isocyanic Acid during the Reaction of NO, CO, and H2 Mixtures on Supported Platinum, Palladium, and Rhodium," J.
3]N cyanoacetylene HNCO isocyanic acid CN cyanogen NH imidyl radical N[H.
The new finding involves mixing combustion gases with isocyanic acid (HNCO), a gas formed when the nontoxic cyanuric acid, or (HNCO).
Carbamylation results from the covalent binding of isocyanic acid to proteins and is one of the nonenzymatic reactions involved in protein molecular ageing (i.
Isocyanic acid in the atmosphere and its possible link to smoke-related health effects.