Amidogen

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In chemistry, amidogen is a radical compound of nitrogen and hydrogen with the formula NH2. A member of the amino group, it may be regarded as an ammonia molecule which has had one of its hydrogen atoms removed.[1] Although amidogen forms part of many compounds, e.g. the phenethylamines, it has not yet been isolated in a separate state.[1]

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  1. ^ a b die.net. "Aminogen". Retrieved May 16, 2012.