[ ok-seem, -sim ]
/ ˈɒk sim, -sɪm /
any of a group of compounds containing the group >C=NOH, produced by the condensation of ketones or aldehydes with hydroxylamine.
- oxidized cellulose,
- oxidized glutathione,
Origin of oxime
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/ (ˈɒksiːm) /
any of a class of compounds with the general formula RR′NOH, where R is an organic group and R′ is either an organic group (ketoxime) or hydrogen atom (aldoxime): used in the chemical analysis of carbonyl compounds
Word Origin for oxime
C19: from ox (ygen) + im (id) e
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[ ŏk′sēm ]
Any of a group of compounds formed by treating aldehydes or ketones with a nitrogen-containing reducing agent.
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