amidrazone etymology

English word amidrazone comes from English amide, English hydrazone

Detailed word origin of amidrazone

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
amide English (eng) (inorganic chemistry) Any ionic derivative of ammonia in which a hydrogen atom has been replaced with a metal cation.. (organic chemistry) Any derivative of an oxoacid in which the hydroxyl group has been replaced with an amino or substituted amino group; especially such derivatives of a carboxylic acid, the carboxamides.
hydrazone English (eng) (organic compound) any compound, of general formula R2C=NNR2, formally derived from an aldehyde or ketone by replacing the carbonyl group with =NNH2 or derivative.
amidrazone English (eng) (organic chemistry) Any of a class of nitrogen derivatives of carboxylic acids having a tautomeric structure represented by the general formulas RC(=NH)NHNH2 and RC(NH2)=NNH2.

Words with the same origin as amidrazone

Descendants of amide
acetamidase amidation amidic amidol oxanilide succinamic transamidase
Descendants of hydrazone
hydrazonoic hydrazonyl