diureide definition

  • noun:
    • One of a few complex nitrogenous substances viewed as containing two molecules of urea or their particular radicals.
    • certainly one of a few complex nitrogenous substances thought to be containing two molecules of urea or their particular radicals, as uric acid or allantoin. Cf. ureide.
    • certainly one of a course of organic compounds, such as for instance uric-acid, that have two ureide radicals in molecule.
    • One of a few complex nitrogenous substances considered containing two particles of urea or their particular radicals.
    • among a number of complex nitrogenous substances seen as containing two molecules of urea or their radicals, as uric-acid or allantoin. Cf. ureide.
    • among a class of organic compounds, like the crystals, that incorporate two ureide radicals inside molecule.
    • among some complex nitrogenous substances seen as containing two molecules of urea or their radicals.
    • among a few complex nitrogenous substances considered to be containing two molecules of urea or their particular radicals, as uric-acid or allantoin. Cf. ureide.
    • One of a class of organic compounds, like uric acid, which contain two ureide radicals in molecule.

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