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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A compound which in solution in liquid ammonia conducts itself in a manner analogous to the conduct of ordinary acids in water: as, acetamide, CH3-CONH2, which reacts with the ammono-base, KNH2, giving potassium acetamide, CH3-CONHK, and ammonia.

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