chemistry

is NH2 an amine and classed as ammonia

and is c=0 or N-H an amide

any help would be appreciated


http://www.onelook.com/?w=amide&ls=a

RNH2 is basic and acts much like ammonia. The -CONH2 group is an amide.

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