Associations to the word «Amine»
AMINE, noun. (inorganic chemistry) A functional group formally derived from ammonia by replacing one, two or three hydrogen atoms with hydrocarbon or other radicals.
AMINE, noun. (organic chemistry) Any organic compound containing an amine functional group.
AMINE IMIDE, noun. (organic chemistry) Any of a class of organic compounds formally derived from an amine and a nitrene - R3N+-N-R
AMINE IMIDES, noun. Plural of amine imide
AMINE OXIDE, noun. (chemistry) Any of a class of organic compound formed by addition of an oxygen atom to an amine - R3N+-O-, but sometimes written R3N=O.
AMINE OXIDES, noun. Plural of amine oxide
AMINE SCRUBBER, noun. A device that employs a liquid amine such as diethanolamine to remove acidic substances (such as sulfur dioxide or hydrogen sulfide) from industrial gases
AMINE YLIDE, noun. (organic chemistry) An ammonium ylide.
AMINE, noun. A compound derived from ammonia by replacing hydrogen atoms by univalent hydrocarbon radicals.
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