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any organic compound containing the group -CONH2

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Therefore, these preliminary results have advantages in developing new and high efficiency carboxylic acid amide fungicides.
Careful examination of the spectra shows that during heating of the samples under study many amide bands become weaker in intensity and broader in profile and their positions shift first up and then down.
([cm.sup.-1]): 3329 (N-H), 1742 (ester C=O), 1651 (amide C=O), 1221 (Ar-F).
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The transfer of free electron to the conduction band of oxide groups (carboxylic and amide), in the functionalized CNTs changing the hole concentration.
IR (KBr, [cm.sup.-1]): 3362 (NH), 1742, 1690 (COOH), 1618 (amide I), 1526 (amide II).
Synthesis of Fatty Amides from Crude Rice Bran Oil.
In summary, the infrared spectra collected in this study suggest that interactions occur between 2-pyrrolidone and [C.sub.60] resulting from possible donation of the electron pairs from the oxygen part of its amide functionality into the anti-bonding MO's of the [C.sub.60] At lower concentrations of 2-pyrrolidone (5 and 2 [micro]L of 2-pyrrolidone per mL of toluene and toluene saturated with [C.sub.60]), a significant shift of its amide carbonyl absorption (~1700 [cm.sup.-1] to ~1687 [cm.sup.-1]) is observed supporting this kind of interaction.
Amide I, [cm.sup.-1] Amide II, [cm.sup.-1] 1600-1710 1483-1595 Amide I, [cm.sup.-1] 1 Nucleic acids, [cm.sup.-1] 1600-1710 1000-1140 Amide I, [cm.sup.-1] vC[H.sub.2], [cm.sup.-1] 1600-1710 2900-2944 Amide I, [cm.sup.-1] vC[H.sub.3], [cm.sup.-1] 1600-1710 2945-2980 TABLE 4: Calculated value of Amide I/Amide II ratio in MSC of bone marrow under adipogenic differentiation conditions.
The Gaussian curve fitting analysis of the amide I band peak was carried out based on the preliminary study of Meng-Xia and Yuan (2002), showed characteristic peaks at 1,611 to 1,639 [cm.sup.-1] that were attributed to [beta]-sheets.
The composite backbone amide resonance of endogenous mobile proteins is around 8.3 ppm in the proton nuclear MR spectrum (which is 3.5 ppm downfield from water).
This CTP was synthesized by Solid Phase Peptide Synthesis (SPPS) most efficiently on a Rink Amide PEG (91%) compared to the classical Merrifield (39%) and Tentagel (67%) resins.
The bands in the amide I region provide insight into the protein secondary structure.
[sup.13]C NMR spectrum also supported the presence of amide group from the deshielding value of carbon attached to -CONH group at [delta] 169.3 ppm and carbonyl group (part of a five member ring) at [delta] 169.47 ppm.