Oxamide


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Ox`am´ide


n1.(Chem.) A white crystalline neutral substance (C2O2(NH2)2) obtained by treating ethyl oxalate with ammonia. It is the acid amide of oxalic acid. Formerly called also oxalamide.
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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).
It also contains an oxamide metal-deactivating functionality.
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, Bull.
It contains an oxamide functionality that gives it metaldeactivating properties, according to Gimbarski, who adds that this characteristic is unusual in a HALS.