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- noun The crystalline amide of acetic acid, C2H5NO, used as a solvent and wetting agent and in lacquers and explosives.
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- noun (Chem.) A white crystalline solid, from ammonia by replacement of an equivalent of hydrogen by acetyl.
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- noun organic chemistry The
amideof acetic acid, CH3CONH2.
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- noun a colorless solid amide of acetic acid used as a solvent and in the synthesis of organic compounds
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Staff Reporter THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A mosquito repellent for outdoor use in tissue ( 'wipes') and sachet format, based on a molecule - diethyl phenyl acetamide (DEPA) - developed by the
The technologies are a multi-insect repellent based on diethyl phenyl acetamide, woolcare, explosives detection kit, mobile water purification system, a High Altitude Pulmonary Oedema
Tedlar is solvent-cast using an industrial solvent called dimethyl acetamide (DMAC), which can produce systemic injury when inhaled or absorbed through the skin in sufficient quantities over a prolonged period of time.
• Twentyseven per cent of the dose is metabolized by an enzymatic hydrolysis of the acetamide group, mainly to L057 • This process occurs diffusely in the body, and is not hepatically mediated. • no inhibition of drug-metabolizing enzymes including CYP3A4, CYP1A2, CYP2C19, CYP2C9, CYP2E1, CYP
The peculiar form of the corrin ring with the direct link between rings A and D and the position of the methyl group at C-24 make the two sides of the corrin ring system very stereochemically and the differences are reinforced by the positions of the methyl group and acetamide and propionamide residues attached at the carbon atoms (cf.
According to Design News, "Tedlar® is solvent-cast using an industrial solvent called dimethyl acetamide (DMAC), which can produce systemic injury when inhaled or absorbed through the skin in sufficient quantities over a prolonged period of time.