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Definition of Cyanurate

Cyanurate
Cyanurate Cy"an"u*rate (s?-?n"?-r?t), n. (Chem.) A salt of cyanuric acid.

Meaning of Cyanurate from wikipedia

- ****ume phenolic character. Deprotonation with base affords a series of cyanurate salts: [C(O)NH]3 ⇌ [C(O)NH]2[C(O)N]− + H+ (pKa = 6.88) [C(O)NH]2[C(O)N]−...
- Melamine cyanurate, also known as melamine-cyanuric acid adduct or melamine-cyanuric acid complex, is a crystalline complex formed from a 1:1 mixture...
- Copper(II) cyanurate (C3HCuN3O3) is an organic compound. It has very few uses, and is more often encountered accidentally, rather than actually synthesised...
- rabbits. A study by Soviet researchers in the 1980s suggested that melamine cyanurate, commonly used as a fire ****ant, could be more toxic than either melamine...
- Babayan, A.V.Aleksandryan, "Toxicological characteristics of melamine cyanurate, melamine and cyanuric acid", Zhurnal Eksperimental'noi i Klinicheskoi...
- kind of receptors were designed, as well as different barbiturates and cyanurates, not for their efficiencies as drugs but for applications in supramolecular...
- C36H28Cu2O16 Acetylsalicylate (acetylsalicylic acid) Copper(II) cyanurate CuC3HN3O3 Cyanurate (cyanuric acid) Copper(II) glycinate Cu(H2NCH2CO2)2 Glycinate...
- impurities such as cyanuric acid that form more insoluble crystals (melamine cyanurate) than melamine alone, aggravating the problem.[citation needed] On 17...
- compounds, are stabilized to prevent UV degradation due to the presence of cyanurate as part of their chemical backbone. These are commonly sold for general...
- halogen-free flame ****ant additives like melamine polyphosphate or melamine cyanurate. In gl**** fibre reinforced (GF) polyamide 6 (Nylon 6) and 66 (Nylon 66)...
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