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any organic compound containing the group -CONH2

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Chai, Progress of the development on the novel amides fungicides, Agrochemicals, 47, 6 (2008).
Cristina explained, "These fatty amides are known to be neuroprotective and to induce sleep.
Hence, in this study, we synthesized a group of amide molecules with reference to p-aminophenylacetic acid and investigated their effects on biofilm formation and swarming motility in P.
In this paper, the functionalized CNTs were treated with sulphonitric mixture [24] and used as reaction precursor for amide functionalization by using dodecylamine as the functionalizing reactant.
The method used for the synthesis of the fatty amides is a modification to the procedure suggested by Kumar et al.
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.
Radical scavenging activities of analogous cinnamoyl esters 8a-h, cinnamoyl amides 9a-h, caffeoyl esters 15a-h, and caffeoyl amides 16a-h were assayed using 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) as a stable radical [25] and are expressed as I[C.sub.50] concentrations in Table 1.
(13.) Fisher, LE, Caroon, JM, Stabler, SR, Lundberg, S, Zaidi, S, Sorensen, CM, Sparacino, ML, Muchowski, JM, "Mild Hydrolysis or Alcoholysis of Amides. Ti(IV) Catalyzed Conversion of Primary Carboxamides to Carboxylic Acids or Esters." Can.
"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.
Veskamide, enferamide, becatamide, and oretamide are N-phenylethylbenzoylamide-type phenolic amides, whose analogues are found in plants such as Aniba riparia, Begonia nantoensis, Haplo-phyllum tuberculatum, and Houttuynia cordata (Thomas et al.
Quantum chemical, spectroscopic and structural study of hydrochlorides, hydrogens squarates and ester amides of squaric acid of amina.
The flyer is entitled "Engineered Solutions from Weatherford Put You in Control." Weatherford manufactures concentrated corrosion inhibitors of these chemistries: Alkyl pyridine benzylquats, Coco quats, Imidazoline and amides, Phosphate esters, Amine ethoxylates and Organic acid amine salts.
Patent 7,205,373 (April 17, 2007), "Enzyme Catalyzed Organosilicon Esters and Amides," Kurt Friedrich Brandstadt, Thomas Howard Lane, and Richard A.