As a representative polyoxamide, poly(hexamethylene oxamide
(PA62) was synthesized through ring-opening polymerization of cyclic oxamide
by DuPont as early as 1968 [28, 29].
Rosentsveig, "Intramolecular hydrogen bonds in the sulfonamide derivatives of oxamide
, dithiooxamide, and biuret.
Its purported effect is to "prevent supersaturation of lithogenic substances, control oxamide
(a substance that precipitates stone formation) from the intestine and correct the crystalloid-colloid imbalance.
Then it discusses research done at Muscle Shoals, Alabama, in the 1960s on the synthesis of oxamide
, a potential slow-release nitrogen fertilizer, from hydrogen cyanide (HCN).
1830 Obtained oxamide
by distillation of ammonium oxalate.
It also contains an oxamide
A novel bio-based polyamide, poly(pentamethylene oxamide
) (PA52), with high molecular weight has been prepared from dibutyl oxalate and renewable monomer of 1,5-pentanediamine by a two-step polymerization procedure.
B Shim, Determination of Ag(I) Ion at a Modified Carbon Paste Electrode Containing N,N'-Diphenyl Oxamide
It contains an oxamide
functionality that gives it metaldeactivating properties, according to Gimbarski, who adds that this characteristic is unusual in a HALS.