diethylamine


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diethylamine

(daɪˈɛθɪləˌmiːn; daɪˈiːθɪləˌmiːn)
n
a corrosive, flammable, unpleasant-smelling, alkaline liquid produced from ethanol and ammonia, that has a chemical structure containing two ethyl groups. It is used in industry, for example in the manufacture of rubber and dyes
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Diclofenac Diethylamine BP 1.16% + Linseed Oil 3% + Methyl Salicylate10% + Menthol 5% + Benzyl Alcohol 1% + Capsaicin gelO.025%, 30gm Tube No 24000
(12) analyzed galantamine on an RP-C18 column with a mobile phase containing 5% MeCN, 20% acetate buffer at pH 3.5, and 0.025 [mL.sup.-1] diethylamine as well as on an SCX column using an 8% MeCN and phosphate buffer at pH 2.5 mixture as mobile phase in L.
It has been observed that NO donor diethylamine (DEA) decreases contractions of the right atrium, but there is no effect on the papillary muscles (Figure 5) (20).
Briefly, a solution of palladium(II) acetate [Pd[(OAc).sub.2]; 32 mg] and triphenylphosphine (PPh3 ;70 mg) in diethylamine (16 mL) was stirred under argon (Ar) for 10 min at room temperature (rt, 25[degrees]C).
(12) showed a biphasic relationship in which higher concentrations of NO donors (S-nitroso-N-ncetyl-D, L-penicillamine, diethylamine NONOate, and diethylenetriamine NONOate) decreased testosterone production while lower concentrations of these compounds increased hormone levels.
The filtrate in orange was reacted with 0.1 mol of diethylamine (Merck) dropwise.
Further chain extension was completed by the drop-wise addition of ethylenediamine and diethylamine in DMAc.
In this respect, there are different modification methods, and these can be done using various organic agents (epichlorohydrin, N, N-dimenthylformamide, formaldehyde, ethylenediamine, diethylamine, and trimethylamine) [2] or some quaternary ammonium compounds [4].
Alkaline additives to mobile phases, mostly organic amines such as diethylamine, triethylamine, or dimethyloctylamine, are applied to suppress the ionization of the analyte and as silanol blockers [14, 15].
We observed the formation of cytonemes in human neutrophils upon the inhibition of vacuolar-type ATPase, the blocking of glucose metabolism, the inhibition of GTPase dynamin, or in the presence of nitric oxide donor diethylamine NONOate or cytochalasin D [18, 21, 22, 25-27].
Reaction (%) ([degrees]C) Weight time (g/mol) (h) 1 Diethylamine 37 190 (dec) 157 5 2 Pyrrolidine 46 116.5-119 155 5 3 Piperidine 63 156.4-158.7 169 5 4 Morpholine 22 178.4-180.5 171 7 5 4-Methylpiperazine 54 148 (dec) 184 7 6 Benzylamine 56 184.2-186.8 191 7 7 Aniline 75 185.3-187.4 177 7 8 4-Nitroaniline 68 145.5-148.7 222 16 9 4-Chloroaniline 80 161.9-163.3 211 10 10 4-Fluoroaniline 85 207.5-209.2 195 4 TABLE 2: Toxicity profiles predicted for compounds 4-6, metformin, and phenformin.
Ice was applied to the site of inflammation for ten minutes, twice daily, and an ointment based on escin (10mg [g.sup.-1]) and diethylamine salicylate (50mg [g.sup.-1]) was applied twice daily to help resolve signs of hypersensitivity.