Definition of Ethanamide
1. Noun. A colorless solid amide of acetic acid used as a solvent and in the synthesis of organic compounds.
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Literary usage of Ethanamide
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Treatise on General and Industrial Organic Chemistry by Ettore Molinari (1921)
"ACETAMIDE (ethanamide), CH2 - CO - NH2, forms needles melting at 82° and boils at 222°. Diacetyl-derivatives 2 are obtained less easily. ..."
2. The Journal of Analytical and Applied Chemistry edited by Edward Hart (1892)
"Amides : this name is retained (ex. ethanamide. NH.,.CO.CH,.CH3.CO.NH, Butanes diamide. COOH.CO.CH.;.CH3.CO. ..."
3. Victor Von Richter's Organic Chemistry; Or, Chemistry of the Carbon by Victor von Richter, Richard Anschütz, Georg Schroeter (1900)
"CCI,. NH,, then lose, upon further heating, two molecules of C1H with the formation of nitriles. For m amide, H . CONH,. See p. 227. Acetamide [ethanamide] ..."
4. Victor Von Richter's Organic Chemistry; Or, Chemistry of the Carbon by Victor von Richter, Richard Anschütz, Georg Schroeter (1899)
"Acetamide [ethanamide], CH3CO. NHa, crystallizes in long needles, melts at 82-83°, and boils at 222° undecomposed. It dissolves with ease in water and ..."
5. A Compendium of Chemistry by Carl Arnold (1904)
"... CH3~CO~NH2 not acetamide, but ethanamide; CH3~CH2-CN not propionitrile, but propane-nitrile. Saturated hydrocarbons with branchless chains terminate in ..."