cyanoacetic acid


cyanoacetic acid
The cyano derivative of acetic acid NC-CH-COOH used in the synthesis of barbiturates and other compounds

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  • cyanoacetic acid — cianacto rūgštis statusas T sritis chemija formulė N≡CCH₂COOH atitikmenys: angl. cyanoacetic acid rus. циануксусная кислота ryšiai: sinonimas – cianetano rūgštis …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • cyanoacetic acid — |sīəˌnō+... noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary cyan + acetic : a colorless hygroscopic crystalline acid CNCH2COOH obtained by treating chloroacetic acid with sodium cyanide and used in organic synthesis …   Useful english dictionary

  • cyanoacetic — adjective Of or pertaining to cyanoacetic acid or its derivatives …   Wiktionary

  • malonic acid — Chem. a white, crystalline, water soluble, dibasic acid, C3H4O4, easily decomposed by heat: used chiefly as an intermediate in the synthesis of barbiturates. [1885 90] * * * ▪ chemical compound also called  Propanedioic Acid        (HO2CCH2CO2H) …   Universalium

  • malonic acid — məˈlōnik , länik noun Etymology: malonic from F. malonique (in acide malonique malonic acid), alteration of malique malic (in acide malique malic acid) more at malic acid : a crystalline dicarboxylic acid CH2(COOH)2 obtained by oxidation of malic …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Cyclopentamine — Systematic (IUPAC) name (RS) 1 cyclopentyl N methyl propan 2 amine Clinical data Pregnancy cat …   Wikipedia

  • knoevenagel reaction — kəˈnə(r)vəˌnāgəl , kəˈnə̄v noun or knoevenagel condensation Usage: usually capitalized K Etymology: after Emil Knoevenagel died 1921 German chemist : an aldol type condensation catalyzed by amines that takes place between an aldehyde or ketone… …   Useful english dictionary

  • cyanoacetyl — noun The univalent radical NC CH CO derived from cyanoacetic acid …   Wiktionary

  • cyanoacetate — noun Any salt or ester of cyanoacetic acid …   Wiktionary


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