Definition of Dihydrazone

1. Noun. (organic chemistry) Any compound containing two hydrazone groups ¹



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Medical Definition of Dihydrazone

1. The compound formed by certain sugars (e.g., glucose, galactose, fructose) with excess hydrazines, possessing two hydrazones on carbons 1 and 2 instead of only one at C-1, as in the ordinary hydrazone; osazone's formed with phenylhydrazine (phenylosazones) are used to characterise and identify certain sugars. Synonym: dihydrazone. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dihydrazone

dihedron
dihedrons
dihematoporphyrin ether
diheterabenzene
diheterabenzenes
diheterozygote
dihexagonal
dihole
dihybrid
dihybrid cross
dihybrids
dihydralazine
dihydrate
dihydrated
dihydrates
dihydrazone (current term)
dihydrazones
dihydrexidine
dihydric
dihydric alcohol
dihydride
dihydrides
dihydridooxidonitrogen
dihydridooxidonitrogens
dihydro
dihydro-
dihydro-beta-erythroidine
dihydro-orotate
dihydroalprenolol
dihydroanisoin dehydrogenase

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