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Glover S. 'N'-Heteroatom-substituted hydroxamic esters. 2009.
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'N'-Heteroatom-substituted hydroxamic esters
The properties of amides are determinants of the structure and characteristics of a wide range of molecules and particularly those of peptides and proteins. Hydroxamic esters, as a subset of the amide functionality, possess many structural features in common with the more abundant linkage. Amide linkages in hydroxamic esters and amides are characterized by a nitrogen that is essentially sp² hybridized and a lone pair that resides in a 2pz orbital.