aminal

Aminal - What does it mean?

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Amical vs Aminal - What's the difference?

amical | aminal |


As an adjective amical

is friendly, amicable.

As a noun aminal is

(organic chemistry) any organic compound having two amino functional groups attached to the same carbon atom - r2c(nr2)2.

Agminal vs Aminal - What's the difference?

agminal | aminal |


As an adjective agminal

is (obsolete) pertaining to an army or a troop.

As a noun aminal is

(organic chemistry) any organic compound having two amino functional groups attached to the same carbon atom - r2c(nr2)2.

Aminal vs Laminal - What's the difference?

aminal | laminal |


As a noun aminal

is (organic chemistry) any organic compound having two amino functional groups attached to the same carbon atom - r2c(nr2)2.

As an adjective laminal is

laminar.

Aminyl vs Aminal - What's the difference?

aminyl | aminal |


As nouns the difference between aminyl and aminal

is that aminyl is (organic chemistry|especially in combination) any radical derived from a primary amine or secondary amine while aminal is (organic chemistry) any organic compound having two amino functional groups attached to the same carbon atom - r2c(nr2)2.

Hemiaminal vs Aminal - What's the difference?

hemiaminal | aminal |

Hemiaminal is a see also of aminal.


In context|organic chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between hemiaminal and aminal

is that hemiaminal is (organic chemistry) any organic compound having both an amino and a hydroxy functional group attached to the same carbon atom; they are synthesized by reacting ammonia or an amine with an aldehyde or ketone while aminal is (organic chemistry) any organic compound having two amino functional groups attached to the same carbon atom - r2c(nr2)2.

As nouns the difference between hemiaminal and aminal

is that hemiaminal is (organic chemistry) any organic compound having both an amino and a hydroxy functional group attached to the same carbon atom; they are synthesized by reacting ammonia or an amine with an aldehyde or ketone while aminal is (organic chemistry) any organic compound having two amino functional groups attached to the same carbon atom - r2c(nr2)2.

Carbon vs Aminal - What's the difference?

carbon | aminal |


As nouns the difference between carbon and aminal

is that carbon is (label) the chemical element (symbol c) with an atomic number of 6 while aminal is (organic chemistry) any organic compound having two amino functional groups attached to the same carbon atom - r2c(nr2)2.

Amino vs Aminal - What's the difference?

amino | aminal |


As nouns the difference between amino and aminal

is that amino is (chemistry) the amine functional group while aminal is (organic chemistry) any organic compound having two amino functional groups attached to the same carbon atom - r2c(nr2)2.

As an adjective amino

is (chemistry) relating to an amine.