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- n. Any of very many isomeric amines derived from an octane, but especially the primary amine CH3(CH2)7NH2
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A colorless, bitter, very caustic liquid (C8H17 NH2), having an ammoniacal, fishy odor, obtained by heating alcoholic ammonia with octyl iodide. It is insoluble in water, precipitates metallic salts, and dissolves silver chlorid.
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The cell lysates were spun down to remove cell debris and the supernatants were neutralized with Freon/n-octylamine mix (3: 1).
(stimulate NADPH - and O2 - depen - dent oxidation of tertiary amines and sulfur-containing substrates with alkyl side-chain of less than 5 carbons )  n-octylamine
< 3, 4 > )  P 1-nitrosodecane + NADP+ * H2 O S n-octylamine + NADPH + O2
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