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.

aminal

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (organic chemistry) Any organic compound having two amino functional groups attached to the same carbon atom - R2C(NR2)2
  • Synonyms

    * geminal diamine

    See also

    * hemiaminal

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    laminal

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • laminar
  • (linguistics, of a sound) Produced with the blade of the tongue.
  • See also

    * apical

    Anagrams

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