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thiol

 [thi´ol]
2. any organic compound containing the —SH group bound to carbon.

thi·ol

(thī'ol),
1. The monovalent radical -SH when attached to carbon; a hydrosulfide; a mercaptan.
2. A mixture of sulfurated and sulfonated petroleum oils purified with ammonia; used in the treatment of skin diseases.

thiol

/thi·ol/ (thi´ol)
2. any organic compound containing the —SH group.

thi·ol

(thī'ol)
Mixture of sulfurated and sulfonated petroleum oils purified with ammonia; used to treat skin diseases.
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Thereafter, the thiolates can attack the sulfur atoms adjacent to the phosphonium groups generating new disulfide bonds.
Herein we report the synthesis of silica gel precursors containing covalently bound lead thiolate precursors and the subsequent formation of [PbS/[SiO.
57) In contrast, MeHg shows a clear preference to form essentially linear two-coordinate Hg(II) complexes with thiolate ligands, even if, in some cases, secondary interactions at the metal center are observed.
The reducing agent may be elemental sulfur, thiolate, an electron rich antidegradant or moieties on the surface of carbon black.
25 eV)is assigned to the sulfur atoms bonded to the substrate surface as a thiolate species (S-Metal bonds, mainly refers to S-Fe bonds), and the result is in agreement with the previous works researched by several scholars.
The hydrolysis was monitored by formation of the thiolate dianion of DTNB at 412 nM for 3 min with 30 s intervals.
The shape of the particle is prolate (cigar-like), and 15 out if its 38 gold atoms reside on the protective surface layer chemically bound with the thiolate molecules.
Patterned SAMs can be generated by microcontact printing technique or photolithography where the alkyl thiolate in the exposed regions is removed by UV irradiation.
7 kcal/mol, comparable to the energy of a strong hydrogen bond); such weakness of the axial bonds, especially with imidazole or thiolate ligands, has also been noted with iron porphyrins [21].
Finkel, "From sulfenylation to sulfhydration: what a thiolate needs to tolerate," Science Signaling, vol.
The active site called H-cluster is composed of a binuclear Fe-Fe center and a [4Fe-4S] cluster, both of which are held by a Cys thiolate of the large subunit, and is buried deep in the center of the protein.