aldoxime


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aldoxime

(ælˈdɒksiːm)
n
(Elements & Compounds) an oxime formed by reaction between hydroxylamine and an aldehyde
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The product (III), 2-methoxynaphthylglyoxal aldoxime, was then extracted with diethyl ether, dried, and crystallized from water-ethanol.
Natural function of bromoxynil nitrilase is contribution to the converting of aldoxime compound secreted by plants into soils.
Recently, Pd and InCl3 in presence of aldoxime exhibited excellent chemoselectivity for the hydration of nitrile groups [12 -13].