acetamide


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a colorless solid amide of acetic acid used as a solvent and in the synthesis of organic compounds

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General procedure for the synthesis of 1-amido/thioamidoalkyl-2-naphthols (4a-v): A mixture of substituted aldehyde 1 (1 mmol), 2a-d (benzamide, 2a; urea, 2b; acetamide, 2c; thiourea, 2d) or 2-naphthol 3 (1 mmol), and salicylic acid (15 mol%) was stirred at 100[degrees]C in an oil bath.
N-4-(2-(-2-(4-(2-(-2-Benzylidenehydrazinyl)-2-oxoethoxy) benzylidene)hydrazinyl)-2-oxoethoxy)phenyl) acetamide (8b)
Okan, "Synthesis and characterization of new N-heterocyclic carbene ligands: 1,3-Bis(acetamide)imidazol-3-ium bromide and 3(acetamide)-1-(3-aminopropyl)-1H-imidazol-3-ium bromide," Journal of Molecular Structure, vol.
In addition to thiazoles, acetamide derivatives are already known for their stimulatory effect on the central nervous system [13].
For instance, heterogeneous [[sup.18]F]-2-nitroimidazolpentafluoropropyl acetamide ([[sup.18]F]EF5) uptake was observed in A549 non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) xenografts, but not in RKO and HT29 colon carcinoma xenograft models [16].
Ceftiofur was extracted from plasma samples by a slightly modified derivitization method that converts ceftiofur and all desfuroylceftiofur metabolites to desfuroylceftiofur acetamide. (13) Briefly, previously frozen plasma samples were thawed and vortexed, and 100 [micro]L were transferred to a clean test tube; then, 15 [micro]L internal standard (100 [micro]g/mL cefotaxime) were added.
Another rectangular box is situated inside the water box and contains PCM which was Acetamide. A circular duct passes at the center of the PCM box where air are blown and heated by the PCM.
Chitin is 15-20% of the mass of the residue and can be converted to chitosan through deacetylation, which is the conversion of acetamide groups (-NHCOC[H.sub.3]) to amino (-N[H.sub.2]) groups (Tolaimate, Desbrieresb, Rhazia, & Alaguic, 2003).
For non-fermenting GNB it was used nitrate reduction; gluconate use; pigment production; lysine decarboxylase activity; urease activity; indole production; acetamide and esculin hydrolysis.
It was positive for glucose, sorbitol, rhamnose, L-arabinose, melibiose, lysine, ornithine, citrate, galactoside, and cellobiose tests and negative for sucrose, raffinose, inositol, adonitol, urea, hydrogen sulfide, indole, arginine, tryptophan deaminase, aesculin, acetoin, malonate, tartrate, acetamide, cetrimide, and Voges-Proskauer tests.
Although the spectra in the infrared regions of chitin and chitosan have certain similarities, some differences can be observed, attributed to different rates of acetamide groups, mainly in the regions corresponding to the following wave number ranges of 3,700-3,000 [cm.sup.-1] and 1,800-1,500 [cm.sup.-1] (Fig.
(44.) Silva ECB, Cajueiro JFP, Silva SV, Vidal AH, Soares PC, Guerra MMP In vitro evaluation of ram sperm frozen with glycerol, ethylene glycol or acetamide An Reprod Sci 2012; 132(3-4): 155--158.
For instance, 40006, an acetamide derivative, has been shown to inhibit inflammation of murine macrophage J774A.1 cells through reducing endogenous ROS [19].
In our study, when single cryoprotectants were applied, the morphologically normal follicles reduced from 94% to 34%, which was consistent with previous reports in which mouse ovarian tissues were vitrified either in DMSO alone (3) or in a mixture of DMSO, acetamide, propylene glycol (PG) and polyethylene glycol (15, 18, 25, 27) or when ovarian tissues were vitrified in DMSO, acetamide and PG (28-30).