Diamine

/dʌɪˈeɪmiːn/

Origin

First recorded in 1865–70; di-1 + amine (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Diamine

Diamine

noun

  1. a compound containing two amino groups.
  2. hydrazine(def 1).
  3. any chemical compound containing two amino groups in its molecules

dictionary.com

Diamine

noun

  1. A compound whose molecule contains two amino groups, especially when not part of amide groups.

lexico.com

Diamine

noun

  1. : a compound containing two amino groups

merriam-webster.com

Example sentences for Diamine

  1. With all these peculiarities of the Diamine and other direct dyes the union dyer must make himself familiar.
  2. It is probably a diamine, but has not been obtained in sufficient quantity for accurate chemical study.
  3. Diamine blue B X. Work at the boil to shade, then lift, wash and dry.
  4. Diamine brown V. Dye at the boil to shade; lift, wash and dry.
  5. Phenol for claret from Diamine cutch, and for gold yellow from Primuline, etc.

Nearby words

diametral , diametric , diametrical , diametrically , diamide , diammonium phosphate , diamond , diamond anniversary , diamond bar , diamond bird

Subscribe to our updates
79 345 subscribers already with us
Copied!
Check the price
for your project

LOOKUP HISTORY

  • Empty list