Definition of Hydrazide

1. Noun. (chemistry) any compound derived from an oxoacid by replacing the hydroxide group with -NHNH2 or derived forms -NRNR2 ¹

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Definition of Hydrazide

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Hydrazide

1. An organic compound of the general formula RCO-NHNH2; an acyl derivative of hydrazine. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydrazide

hydraulic retention time
hydraulic retention times
hydraulic system
hydraulic transmission
hydraulic transmission system
hydraulical
hydraulically
hydraulick
hydraulicks
hydraulicly
hydraulicon
hydraulicons
hydraulics
hydraulophone
hydraulophones
hydrazide (current term)
hydrazide hydrazone
hydrazide imide
hydrazides
hydrazidine
hydrazidines
hydrazination
hydrazine
hydrazine yellow
hydrazines
hydrazinium
hydraziniums
hydrazino
hydrazinolysis
hydrazinylidene

Literary usage of Hydrazide

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1. Determination of Radicles in Carbon Compounds by Hans Meyer, John Bishop Tingle (1908)
"DETERMINATION OF THE hydrazide GROUP (NH.NH,). Either the oxidation or iodometric method may be employed. (l) OXIDATION OF hydrazideS.1 Boiling Fehling's ..."

2. Stilbazoles and Schiff Bases in the 4-quinazolone Group by George Denton Beal (1911)
"Acet-anthranilic acet-hydrazide, —NH —NH —CO—CH, .—On one occasion, in at- NH —CO —CH3 tempting to prepare ..."

3. The Chemical Constitution of the Proteins by Robert Henry Aders Plimmer (1913)
"... not give the expected hydrazide, but lost ammonia and yielded the hydrazide ... glycine ester gave the hydrazide, which was converted on further action ..."

4. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"The amorphous hydrazide was dissolved in dioxane-water, and the solution was ... From the hydrazide XIII. f-Butyl nitrite (0.14 ml) was added to a stirred ..."

5. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1916)
"89—91°; selenide, obtained at 220°, oil still containing much Se, bn 224—7°, and giving a hydrazide, crystals from ale. and ..."

6. Review of American Chemical Research by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Arthur Amos Noyes, William Albert Noyes (1905)
"By boiling with excess of alcoholic hydrochloric acid, the free hydrazide was obtained as a colorless insoluble solid, which does not take up halogen acids. ..."

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