from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A compound derived from ammonia and containing the bivalent NH group combined with a bivalent nonacid group.
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- n. Any of a class of organic nitrogen compounds having the general formula R2C=NR; they are tautomeric with enamines.
The remaining 20% is converted to a highly reactive compound known as n-acetyl-p-benzoquinone imine, otherwise known as NAPQI for short.
Dashed lines show the large shifts of the imine, aromatic and methyl protons as the cage symmetry is lost through the formation of the dimer.
This phenylazomethine dendrimer with a tetraphenylmethane core (red) coordinates Pt salts via bonds to imine nitrogen atoms (blue).
I assume by a 'protanate imine,' you mean a protonated imine? let's see ... a hydrogen that's alpha to a ketone, like in ethyl aceto-acetate would have a pka in the ballpark of 10 or so
I have no idea what the pka of a protonated imine would be - I would guess around 7 or so?
As foon as we form the notion of a Rational agents freedooi imine - diately enters into the conception, and. all happinefs and all virtue reft on its foun - dation.
In quemcunq; locum djverfo ni, imine tendunt, i8o Suavidicis potiiis. » quam multis verfibpis edam.
(one of the products of flesh decomposition) is identical with pentamethylinediamine, and that its imine is the same as piperidine.
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