hyponitrous acid

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an explosive white crystalline weak acid (H2N2O2)

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As company spokesperson, Michael Thompson, noted, Nitrosolution first launched its original nitric oxide booster product Nitroxyl about 2 years ago.
Given that nitroxyl functionality will trap methyl radicals and polymer macro-radicals at a rate that is limited only by molecular diffusion, the rate of alkoxyamine formation is controlled strictly by the rate of peroxide thermolysis.
William Abraham, Professor of Internal Medicine and Director of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Ohio State University Medical Center delivered a state-of-the-art update on the use of nitroxyl donors in the treatment of ADHF in a session entitled, "Nitroxyl Donors: A New Generation of Inodilators.
The researchers say that nitroxyl can be generated from precursor chemicals under controlled conditions, but studying the molecule's activity in cells is difficult because its constituent elements-nitrogen, oxygen and hydrogen-react so readily with other molecules.
Matyjaszewski, "Mechanism of Controlled/"Living" Radical Polymerization of Styrene in the Presence of Nitroxyl Radicals.
61) Self-compatibilized behavior of a modified polymer at the chain end with a nitroxyl radical.
Ovchinnikov of Moscow's Institute of Chemical Physics, prepare their ferromagnetic material by polymerizing a molecule consisting of nitroxyl groups attached to both ends of a diacetylene fragment.
Nitroxyl, the chemical name for HNO, has been studied for its potential as a treatment for heart failure; it acts to dilate blood vessels and works directly on the heart through a unique mechanism to enhance both systolic and diastolic cardiac function.
The free nitroxyl radical 4-hydroxy-2,2,6,6,-tetramethylpi-peridine-1-oxyl (TEMPOL) was used as a spin probe for ESR measurements.
Kroeger continued, "CXL-1020 is a novel, first-in-class, small molecule nitroxyl (HNO) donor therapeutic drug candidate.
The stable free radical group is an epoxy with a nitroxyl ether group forming stable nitroxy free radicals after activation.
12,13) Briefly, active HALS, or species that have the ability to quench radicals, can be converted into nitroxyl radicals with p-nitroperbenzoic acid.
Vascular smooth muscle relaxation mediated by nitric oxide donors: a comparison with acetylcholine, nitric oxide and nitroxyl ion.
It has been shown that the diarylamines (II) are good anti-fatigue agents and that diarylamine nitroxyl radicals (I) are even more effective than the parent amines (ref.