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am·ide

 (ăm′īd′, -ĭd)
n.
1. An organic compound, such as acetamide, containing the CONH2 group.
2. The anion of ammonia, NH2- or a compound containing this anion, such as sodium amide, NaNH2.


a·mid′ic (ə-mĭd′ĭk, ă-mĭd′-) adj.
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amide

(ˈæmaɪd)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) any organic compound containing the functional group -CONH2
2. (Elements & Compounds) (modifier) consisting of, containing, or concerned with the group -CONH2: amide group or radical.
3. (Elements & Compounds) an inorganic compound having the general formula M(NH2)x, where M is a metal atom
[C19: from am(monia) + -ide]
amidic adj
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am•ide

(ˈæm aɪd, -ɪd)

n.
1. a metallic derivative of ammonia in which the −NH2 group is retained, as potassium amide, KNH2.
2. an organic compound formed from ammonia by replacing a hydrogen atom by an acyl.
[1840–50; am (monia) + -ide]
a•mid•ic (əˈmɪd ɪk) adj.
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am·ide

(ăm′īd′)
A compound containing the radical CONH2.
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Noun1.amide - any organic compound containing the group -CONH2
acetamide, ethanamide - a colorless solid amide of acetic acid used as a solvent and in the synthesis of organic compounds
acrylamide - a white crystalline amide of propenoic acid can damage the nervous system and is carcinogenic in laboratory animals; "they claimed that acrylamide is produced when certain carbohydrates are baked or fried at high temperatures"
organic compound - any compound of carbon and another element or a radical
peptide - amide combining the amino group of one amino acid with the carboxyl group of another; usually obtained by partial hydrolysis of protein
propanamide, proprionamide - the amide of propionic acid (C2H5CONH2)
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Zhubatova, Thermochemical properties and regularities of amides, anilides, and amidic acids Acta Chim.
In addition, the compound may indirectly influence N loss through nitrate (N[O.sup.-.sub.3]) leaching, since it reduces the speed of transformation of amidic N into ammoniacal N, but it does not interfere with ammonium nitrification.
The hydrophilicity of the network is due to the presence of chemical residues such as hydroxylic (--OH), carboxylic (--COOH), amidic (--CONH--), primary amidic (--CON[H.sub.2]), sulfonyl (--S[O.sub.3]H), and others that can be found within the polymer backbone or as lateral chains.
Lidocaine and mepivacaine share the same amidic chemical structure and display the same pKa value of 7.8.
The release of drug molecules from the polymeric material could also be possible due to the degradation of the polymeric chain due to breaking of amidic linkage in simulated body fluid.
Aromatic and amidic functional groups in HAs especially showed significant changes in the minimum and reduced tillage systems (Tatzber et al.
IR spectral study of (1) and (2) revealed the presence of characteristic amidic carbonyl absorption bands at 1661 and 1672 [cm.sup.-1]; however, azomethine group absorption bands appeared at 1589 and 1606 [cm.sup.-1], respectively 27, 28].
The degradation process of MWCNT occur in two steps, one at ~173[degrees]C assigned to the broken amidic groups and another at ~538[degrees]C normally attributed to graphite structure degradation.
The IR spectra 2-((2,7-dimethyl-1,8- naphthyridin-4-yl)oxy)-1-(3,5-dimethyl-1H-pyrazol-1-yl) ethanone 3a revealed the disappearance of -NHN[H.sub.2] bands of hydrazide and showed only one band at 1674 [cm.sup.-1] characteristic for amidic CO group.
IR vmax/[cm.sup.-1]: 1680 (amidic C=O), 3300 (amidic NH), 2900 (C-H).
Conversely, the band areas of amidic (BN IV) and sulfone and/or ester groups (BN V) of HAs from BF were significantly lower than those from CR and MC.
As heteroatoms other than oxygen are concentrated into the composition of acetone solubles, the presence of pyrrolic, pyranic, sulphoxidic, metallorganic, letcitinic and other phospholipidic, tioketonic, tioalcoholic, tioureatic, amidic, and many other fragments containing one or more heteroatoms in the form of remnants, substitutes, derivation or recombination products in this fraction is probable.