Definition of Acetamid

1. Noun. (obsolete) (alternative spelling of acetamide) ¹



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Definition of Acetamid

1. an amide of acetic acid [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Acetamid

acetabulum
acetabulums
acetal
acetaldehyde
acetaldehyde dehydrogenase
acetaldehyde oxidase
acetaldehydes
acetaldol
acetaldoxime
acetaldoximes
acetalic
acetalization
acetalizations
acetalize
acetals
acetamid (current term)
acetamide
acetamides
acetamidine
acetamidines
acetamido
acetamidoacrylate
acetamidobenzoate
acetamidocinnamate
acetamidos
acetamids
acetaminophen
acetaminophen deacetylase
acetaminophens
acetaminosalol

Literary usage of Acetamid

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1. First Outlines of a Dictionary of Solubilities of Chemical Substances by Frank Humphreys Storer (1864)
"acetamid with MERCURY, lid. Mercur(i'c) Ace tarn id. acetamid with SILVER. ... Ä'AcETAMiD. Very easily soluble in water, c,U,N04 =N ! ..."

2. Chemical Recreations, a Popular Manual of Experimental Chemistry by John Joseph Griffin (1860)
"acetamid bears to acetate of ammonia, NH',C'H'O', the same reaction that ... C'H'O'l fN^CTTO acetamid Ammonia hydrate NH4, HO \ = iH,C'H5O Alcohol jIH,HO ..."

3. Chemical Reactions: A Popular Manual of Experimental Chemistry by John Joseph Griffin (1860)
"acetamid. NH'.C'H'O.—acetamid bears to acetate of ammonia, ... C'H'O acetamid Ammonia hydrate NH4, HO I = IH,C"H*O Alcohol j [ H,HO Water. ..."

4. The Medical Student's Manual of Chemistry by Rudolph August Witthaus (1902)
"CN— is a colorless liquid, bp 81.6°, having an agreeable odor, sparingly soluble in water, obtained by distilling ammonium acetate or acetamid with P2O.s. ..."

5. First Principles of Chemistry by Benjamin Silliman (1859)
"If acetamid is distilled with anhydrous phosphoric acid, the elements H303 are abstracted from it, and a volatile liquid is obtained, ..."

6. Beilsteins Handbuch der organischen Chemie: Die Literatur bis 1 Januar 1910 by Friedrich Konrad Beilstein, Deutsche Chemische Gesellschaft, Bernhard Prager, Friedrich Richter (1920)
"acetamid gibt beim gelinden Erwärmen der Lösung in Glycerin reichlich Ammoniak ohne ... acetamid löst sich in Brom, wahrscheinlich unter Bildung eines ..."

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