amidine


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amidine

(ˈæmɪdaɪn)
n
one of a class of organic compounds derived from oxoacids
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Therefore, dabigatran etexilate as prodrug was developed to facilitate gastrointestinal absorption by adding an ethyl group at the carboxylic acid group and a hexyloxycarbonyl side chain at the amidine group [8].
Recently, a more conventional initiator, 2,2'-azo (isobutyl amidine hydrochloride), was used to yield exfoliation of clay in the PMMA matrix, using suspension polymerization [54].
It was understood that the reaction was carried out by observing a peak at 1680 cm-1 of the amidine carbonyl group in the FT IR spectrum.
Effects of amidine derivatives on parasite-macrophage interaction and evaluation of toxicity.
Burchill [13] reported when 4,4'-bis(3,4-dicyanophenoxy)biphenyl was heated with small amounts of aromatic amine or amidine salts, a highly crosslinked polytriazine was obtained.
Nazarenko, "Synthesis of imidazo[4,5-c]pyrazoles via copper-catalyzed amidine cyclization," The Journal of Organic Chemistry, vol.
Condensation of o-iodobenzaldehydes with amidine hydrochlorides under ligand-free copper catalyzed Ullmann N-arylation conditions afforded the corresponding quinazolines [10].
(2013) Synthesis of pyridine-fused perylene imides with an amidine moiety for hydrogen bonding.
gallinae to acaricides such as organophosphates, pyrethroids and amidine, determining the 50% lethal dose and noted that the Organophosphorous products performed better than pyrethroids.
DELIMIT OVICIDE MICELLA SLEDDER (4410) CASAVAS AMIDINE MIDDLED ECHELLE LEERIER (4409) CHIMLA LOCOED ALIDAD SLEEVE HARMED (4407) CHIASM HANDLE ALUMIN LORICA LEERED ADDERS (4403) STAMMELS CONOIDAL ALGICIDE DEALATED (4403) It is not too surprising to find that there are no pangram grids of any size.