amidine

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amidine ‎(plural amidines)

  1. (chemistry) any of several classes of organic compound, formally derived from oxoacids, by replacement of the hydroxy group with an amino group, and the oxo group with =NR
    • i.e RnX(=O)OH => RnX(=NR)NR2 where X is C, S, P etc

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