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Synonyms for amine

a compound derived from ammonia by replacing hydrogen atoms by univalent hydrocarbon radicals

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Studies were carried out to determine the kinetics of the curing reaction of the glycidyl carbamate functional oligomers with multifunctional and model amines.
Model reactions between dimethyl terephthalate (DMT) and respectively a primary, a secondary, a tertiary aliphatic amine, and a primary aromatic amine were performed at 250[degrees]C in order to investigate the possible interaction of these different amines with the predominant functional groups present in PET.
Figure 12 shows a plot of opacity versus particle size for the MVPs produced with the different amines, with degrees of neutralization above 1.
Solubility in hydrocarbon liquid (in liquid-treating units): Such losses resemble vapourisation in which amines establish equilibrium with the liquid hydrocarbon.
Latest Developments in the Analysis of Heterocyclic Amines in Cooked Foods.
The Qatar Shell Research & Technology Centre at Qatar Science & Technology Park has set up an amine solvent management programme, a technical service aimed at benefiting clients in Qatar and the region.
Chuck Martin, Strategic Marketing Manager for Gas Processing & Gas Transmission, will present a technical paper on Methyldiethanolamine (MDEA) Oxidation in Flue Gas CO2 Capture, which is a case study demonstrating Dow Oil & Gas' track record of success in meeting lower CO2 specification needs utilizing specialty amines solutions.
The best substrates for all preparations are 1,4-diaminobutane (putrescine) and 1,5-diaminopentane (cadaverine), which in nature are produced along with histamine and other biogenic amines in protein hydrolysis during putrefaction of tissues both in living and dead organisms.
Specialty amines will show solid gains driven by gas sweetening applications, where their strong performance characteristics are making them more cost-effective as compared to the commodity amines.
ZF-23 blend of tertiary amines for non-CFC Maxfoam processes.
Copper can form very stable complexes with amines (Manriquez et al.
Heterocyclic amines are documented mutagens and carcinogens in animal models (Nagao and Sugimura 2000; Weisburger 2002), and for which there is human evidence not only of several types of high-incidence cancers, such as colon, breast, and prostate, but which also affect the heart muscle (Butler et al.
Amines are formed during normal metabolic processes in living organisms and are present in everyday food products.
Since 18-crown-6 ether selectively complexes with primary amines, a mixture of vancomycin and 18-crown-6 was used in CE to test the stereoselective role of the primary amine in vancomycin.