Results for: Amin

In Chemistry

What does amines mean?

Amine is an organic compound that is derived from ammonia. Due tothe replacement of one or more hydrogen atoms by organic groups.
In Organic Chemistry

What are aliphatic amines?

Well that's what I was wondering.... are they just the same as normal amines
In Animal Life

Where do aminals live?

Animals live in diffrent habitats. Their habitat may be at a specific place or in a specific country or all around the world but its still their habitat their natural environm (MORE)
In Chemistry

Uses of amines?

Amines are a molecule derived from ammonia that are integral in thecreation of amino acids in the human body. They are also used inthe production of dyes, some medications, an (MORE)
In 2008 Federal Bailout

What is aminization process?

Aminization is the first step in soil mineralization in which proteins are broken down into amino acids such as NH4+. Heterotrophic organisms (require carbon); bacteria and f (MORE)
In Chemistry

Is amine polar?

amines are moderately polar substances
In Ares (Mars)

Does Ares have amines?

Amines being organic compounds and functional groups that contain a basic nitrogen atom with a lone pair. Probably not something the Greek god of war would be interested in (MORE)
In Food & Cooking

What AMINAL is an omnivore?

There are many animals that are considered omnivores including: pigs, ravens, bears, chickens, hares, opossums and many more. Although humans are not considered animals, we to (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is amine used for?

Anime is Japanese animation such as Pokemon, digimon etc...and is mostly to entertain just like the simpsons or family guy or whatever
In Uncategorized

What is a native aminal?

a native animal is exacly like a ferret and rats they eat the feesies of other animals and hate real food they hate people and will atttack you at any mment of the animal day. (MORE)
In Organic Chemistry

What is a heterocylic amine?

Pyrrole is a 5 membered ring heterocylic amine , the fused heterocylic form of it is Indole (Benzo [b] Pyrrole)
In Poisons and Toxins

What are biological amines?

a type of amine synthesized by plants and animals and frequentlyinvolved in signaling, e.g., neurotransmitters such asacetylcholine, catecholamines, and serotonin; others are (MORE)
In Vinegar

Is vinegar an amine?

No, vinegar and amine are completely different substances. Vinegar is an acidic liquid containing acetic acid produced from the fermentation of ethanol. Amines, on the other h (MORE)
In Head, Ears, and Nose

How does amines smells?

Gaseous amine possess a characteristic ammonia smell, while liquid amines have a distinctive "fishy" smell.
In Animal Life

Why do farms have aminals?

Not all Farms have animals But some do... You need sheep for the wool you need cows for milk you need chooks for the eggs And so on Hope I helped From Jana
In Animal Rights and Abuse

What do they test on aminals?

the animal testers use lots of different common substances that we all know and use some of the ones i know personally is:Loreal, Colgate, many kinds of cosmetics, hair dye, s (MORE)
In Religion & Spirituality

What is aminism?

Animism is the belief that spirts inhabit everything in nature.