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aminic

(əˈmiːnɪk)
adj
relating to or containing an amine
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Adj.1.aminic - pertaining to or containing any of a group of organic compounds of nitrogen derived from ammonia
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These developments, the study opines, will push demand for aminic and phenolic antioxidants in 2019 and beyond.
A DER 330 epoxy base (density =1.16 g/ml, epoxy equivalent = 176-185 g/eq), provided by Dow Chemical Company (Midland, USA), and a Jeffamine D-400 aminic hardener (molecular weight = 430 Da, density = 0.972 g/ml, aminic equivalent = 115 g/eq), provided by Huntsman (Everberg, Belgium), were mixed to form the epoxy matrix.
Announced price increases earlier in the year for UV stabilizer LOWILITE 77, polymer inhibitors, and aminic and other antioxidants.
Chitosan meets most of these criteria and has a specific feature in relation to other fibers: in vitro can bind to a variety of anions, e.g., bile acids and free fatty acids in solutions with low pH through ionic bonds resulting from the aminic groups (Damian et al., 2005).
However, a proprietary aminic compound has been developed which is non-toxic, volatile and consumes free radicals.
Yan, Aminic nitrogen-bearing polydentate Schiff base compounds as corrosion inhibitors for iron in acidic media: A quantum chemical calculation, Corros.
Histidine is an aminoacid that has carboxylic acid, amine and azole groups.Ee The use of nanotube modified with histidine creates appropriate interaction between aminic acid azole group and proton ions, and improves the performance of fuel cells, specially at high temperatures.
(8.) Kaan Emregul, C, Duzgun, E, Atakol, O, "The Application of some Polydentate Schiff Base Compounds Containing Aminic Nitrogens as Corrosion Inhibitors for Mild Steel in Acidic Media." Corros.
Wetting and dispersing benefits are also gained with DISPERBYK-2151, a hyperbranched additive with encapsulated, aminic pigment-affinic groups.
The aminic acids which form the muscle proteins of the anchovy are specific to the species.
Thiamphenicol (dextrosulfenidol), synthesized in 1951, belongs to the aminic derivatives of the hydrocarbilsulfonyl-propandiol group, and is obtained from methylcarptoacetophenone.