Could anyone kindly tell me the meaning of 'aminomethylbenzoic', 'dihydroergotamine mesylate' and 'metronidazole'?
If you know them in Chinese, please tell me, that will be very nice of you!
Re: Chemical words
definitely not in chinese! Most of these terms are assembled from greek words. A greek dictionary may help you. There may also be a chinese high school or intro-university textbook that will cover the roots in a chemical context. Here are the ones that I know offhand and with some quick wikipedia.org searching:
Image:Amine-2D-general.png - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
functional group with nitrogen as a key, surrounded by up to 3 groups of any kind except carbonate. Amino acids in polymers make up protein and the information held in DNA is encoded on Amino acids.
a bonded group (R1 of an amine?) made from Methane. Methylamine would be 3(CH3)N
(from benzoic acid) more accurately called Benzoate in this chemical. Maybe another R group of your Amine, but this is now fairly high level organic chemistry:
Methyl benzoate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
No time left for this, so I will break up the roots for you so you can wikipedia it yourself. Try bigger parts if you cant find any info in the small pieces I have cut them into.
::2, two times.
Re: Chemical words
Metronidazole is a drug that is used primarily in the treatment of protozoal infections and infections caused by anaerobic bacteria.
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