benzyl mercaptan

benzyl mercaptan

[′ben·zəl mər′kap·tan]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5CH2SH A colorless liquid with a boiling point of 195°C; soluble in alcohol and carbon disulfide; used as an odorant and for flavoring.
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Thiolytic degradation of 2 with benzyl mercaptan yielded epicatechin 4-benzylthioether (2a) and epicatechin (1), which further confirmed the deduction mentioned above.
Thiolytic degradation of 4 with benzyl mercaptan yielded proanthocyanidin A2 4-benzylthioether (4a) and epicatechin (1).
Thiolytic degradation of 5 with benzyl mercaptan yielded epicatechin-(2[beta] [right arrow] O [right arrow] 7, 4[beta] [right arrow] 8)-ent-catechin 4-benzylthioether (5a) and epicatechin (1) (Fig.
Thiolytic degradation of 6 with benzyl mercaptan yielded 4, proanthocyanidin A2 4-benzylthioether (4a), epicatechin 4-benzylthioether (2a), and epicatechin (1) (Fig.
Thiolytic degradation of 7 with benzyl mercaptan yielded identical products with those of 6, which indicated that the difference between 6 and 7 lay in the interflavonoid linked position between the upper and 2nd units.