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any organic compound containing the group -CONH2

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Fatty amides are derived from fatty acids such as erucic acid, oleic acid, and stearic acid.
The sale follows a review by Akzo-Nobel of the Primary Amides business and its place in the company's Functional Chemicals portfolio, where it operated as a standalone activity.
Primary Amides products are used primarily in the polymer industry to create plastics bags and plastic films for packaging.
The tertiary amide terminated polyamide (ATPA), particularly the Sylvagel A2614V, builds structure to work in synergy with isostearyl alcohol and/or oleyl alcohol, but also to lower the melt point, to lower the transparent candle's pool temperature.
Fisher, LE, Caroon, JM, Stabler, SR, Lundberg, S, Zaidi, S, Sorensen, CM, Sparacino, ML, Muchowski, JM, "Mild Hydrolysis or Alcoholysis of Amides.
We found that the Noyori catalysts are much more active than anyone ever expected, but despite this high activity, they didn't give us any significant product for amide hydrogenations," says Bergens.
He offers a conformational and structural investigation of hydrochlorides, hydrogensquarates, and ester amides of squaric acid of the following amino acids: alanine, arginine, isoleucine, leucine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, tyrosine, prolin, serine, and valine.
Organosilicon esters and amides can be synthesized with an acid or base catalyst at high temperatures for long time periods.
8) Although articaine is grouped as an amide agent, it has unique properties that distinguish it from the other amides.
His broad-ranging experience in polymer chemicals will help propel Aakash in its exclusive alliance and supply of oleochemicals from Fine Organics, the pioneer in development of fatty amides in India.
A variety of chiral amides containing multiple chiral alcohol groups where prepared and attached to 2% DVB crosslinked polystyrene by means of a carbamate bond.
This is selected from the group consisting of a phosphated block poly(alkylsiloxane)-poly(alkyleneether) alcohols and an aromatic- or alkylaromatic-terminated phosphated poly(alkyleneether) alcohols and a liquid selected from the group consisting of dimethylsulfoxide, tetramethylurea, and amides.
The product is bound internally, adjacent to the sheet, with its polar groups coordinated by two main-chain amides and by the buried side-chains of Arg 76 and Glu 155.
The acquisition will operate under the name of Akzo Nobel Amides Co ltd.