thiourea

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thi·o·u·re·a

(thī'ō-yū-rē'ă),
An antithyroid compound of the thioamide group, with the same actions and uses as thiouracil. Several derivatives of thiourea are useful in the treatment of leprosy.
Synonym(s): thiocarbamide

thiourea

(thi?o-ur-e'a) [Gr. theion, sulfur, + ouron, urine]
H2NCSNH2; A colorless crystalline compound of urea in which sulfur replaces the oxygen. Synonym: sulfourea

thiourea

a goitrogenic agent used in industry as a photographic fixative. Mode of action is as for thiouracil.
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In 1H NMR spectra of complexes of thioureas and heterocyclic thiones becomes less intense upon coordination and shifted down field by 0.
In the first step, substituted thioureas which were planned to use as substrates in the principal reactions, were prepared by the reaction of substituted phenyl isothiocyanate with substituted hetaryl amines.
Synthesis, characterization and antimicrobial studies of mixed ligand silver(I) complexes of thioureas and triphenylphosphine.
Other chemicals used in this study included methanol, HNO3, KBr, KSCN, (NH2)2CS, Thiourea and NaOH were of analytical grade from E.
Keywords: Thiazolidinones, Thiourea, Arylidene, Antimicrobial, X-ray crystallography.
Compounds containing lead and cure systems based on thiourea dominate the existing literature as recommended chlorinated polymers cure strategies.
Uckun, Regiospecific Synthesis, X-Ray Crystal Structure and Biological Activities of 5- Bromothiophenethyl Thioureas, Tetrahedron Lett.
50] and the cure rate index of the thioureas was lower than the TMTD compound.
Ferrocene incorporated thioureas are found to have potential antitumour activity against different parent and drug resistant human ovarian tumours [15].
Rubber chemicals featured include accelerators and activators (aldehydeamines, dithiocarbamates, guanidines, sulfenamides, thiazoles, thioureas, thiurams and others), antioxidants, antiozonants and protective agents, peptizers, retarders, coagents, peroxides and carbon blacks.
Huq, Study of new ferrocene incorporated N, N'-disubstituted thioureas as potential antitumour agents, Aust.
Accelerators described include sulfenamides, guanidines, thiurams, dithiocarbamates, thioureas and specialty curatives.