diamide definition

  • noun:
    • Any substance having two amide teams
    • hydrazine
    • Any substance containing two amido groups united with a number of acid or unfavorable radicals, -- as distinguished from a diamine. Cf. Amido acid, under amido, and Acid amide, under amide.
    • Same as hydrazine.
    • The name of a class of organic compounds containing two univalent amido teams, -CONH; they are based on dibasic acids.
    • Any compound having two amide groups
    • hydrazine
    • Any chemical containing two amido groups united with more than one acid or negative radicals, -- as distinguished from a diamine. Cf. Amido acid, under amido, and Acid amide, under amide.
    • Same as hydrazine.
    • The name of a class of organic compounds containing two univalent amido teams, -CONH; they truly are based on dibasic acids.

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