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n.1.(Chem.) A salt of sulphamic acid.
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Released nitroaniline was diazotized by subsequent incubation of 5 m each in 0.1% sodium nitrite in 1 M HCl, 0.5% ammonium sulphamate in 1 M HCl, and 0.05% N-(1-naphthyl)-ethylendiamine in 47.5% ethanol.
Several classes of drugs including topical mydriatics anticolinergics antidepressants anticonvulsants antihistaminics sulphamate derivative adrenergics and sympathomimetic drugs have the capacity to actuate an acute attack of angle closure.7
Its key role is also played in gluconeogenesis, lipogensis and ureogensis, bone resporbtion, calcification, tumorigenicity, in addition to many other physiological or pathological processesThe majority of carbonic anhydrase inhibitors eitherbelong to sulfonamide or sulphamate class of organic compounds.
Rajam, "Studies on autocatalytic deposition of ternary Ni-W-P alloys using nickel sulphamate bath," Surface and Coatings Technology, vol.
Secondly, a nickel layer of 150 [micro]m in thickness was electrodeposited in a nickel sulphamate bath.
For example the UK's Health and Safety Executive has in recent years reclassified sulphuric acid mist, and throughout Europe nickel salts including nickel sulphamate, nickel sulphate and nickel chloride--all widely used in the plating industry--are being reclassified as chronically toxic and carcinogenic through inhalation.