oxazine


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oxazine

(ˈɒksəˌziːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any of 13 heterocyclic compounds with the formula C4H5NO
[from oxy-2 + azine]

ox•a•zine

(ˈɒk səˌzin, -zɪn)

n.
any of a group of 13 compounds having the formula C4H5NO, the atoms of which are arranged in a six-membered ring.
[1895–1900]
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For optical fluorescent method, polymethine and oxazine fluorescent dyes are used in the PLT-O and PLT-F analysis, respectively.
Platelet Staining Reagent used for XN Series Five Part Differential Hematology Analysers with immatured granulocytes should come with 24 ml pack and should have adequate amount of oxazine dye and be used to label the platelet in diluted blood samples for the assay of platelet count in blood with automated hematology analyzers
la) and peaked at 230 and 263[degrees]C, corresponding to the ring-opening polymerization of oxazine rings and ring-forming polymerization of the nitrile groups [13, 16], respectively.
1] can be clearly observed, which is due to the asymmetric stretching of C-O-C in the oxazine ring of BA-aptms monomer.
According to Wang and Ishida 2000, the polymerization occurred at oxazine structure via ring opening influence by distortion of its semichair structure above and below benzene ring plane.
1), the characteristic resonances of oxazine ring at 3.
Besides Sudan black PHA is more specifically stained by the oxazine dye Nile blue A.
Offered are phthalocyanine green, phthalocyanine blue and high-performance pigments such as quinacridones, indanthrone blue, flavanthrone yellow, oxazine violet and condensed azos.
It is believed that the amide linkage formed before the oxazine ring-opening will lead to polybenzoxazine/PU copolymer of different structure and properties, which is also prerequisite to further understand the effect of the terminal groups of HBP on the thermal-mechanical performance of the novel [HPU.
The band around 1497-1495 is attributes to the tri-substituted benzene ring mode in the oxazine structure.
The book contains six chapters covering synthesis, reactions and applications in the following subject areas: pyridazines, cinnolines, benzocinnolines and phthalazines; pyrimidines and quinazolines; pyrazines and related ring structures; phenzine, oxazine, thiazine and sulphur dyes; quinazoline alkaloids; six-membered rings with three or more hetero-atoms.