disulfide


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Related to disulfide: Molybdenum disulfide, Disulfide bridge, Tungsten disulfide

disulfide

[dī′səl‚fīd]
(chemistry)
A compound that has two sulfur atoms bonded to a radical or element.
One of a group of organosulfur compounds RSSR′ that may be symmetrical (R=R′) or unsymmetrical (R and R′, different).
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Figure 3 shows the stress-strain of the table 3 compounds with the three different silanes, mercapto (MS), tetrasulfide (TESPT) and disulfide (TESPD).
When hair fibers show a decrease in stress-to-break after UVB exposure, they have lost tensile strength, primarily due to the breaking of disulfide bonds inside the cortex.
In our opinion, it is recommendable not only when the protocol requires acid deproteinization, but under all conditions, as this treatment maintains the blood thiol/ disulfide status (14).
He envisions a day when a stylist might adjust the treatment to maximize the number of disulfide bonds that break during the first stage of the perm and that form during the resetting stage.
Breathing very high levels of carbon disulfide can be life threatening because of its effects on the nervous system.
Portuguese firm applies Tungstenite tungsten disulfide dry-film lubricant coatings to mold plates.
Acidification is required for most procedures for thiol and/or disulfide titration.
The researchers, from the Jozef Stefan Institute and the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne in Switzerland, grew the tubes by heating molybdenum disulfide powder with iodine and a catalyst, carbon-60, for about 3 weeks.
Hcy occurs in the circulation in multiple forms, including Hcy linked via disulfides to albumin (-70%), as a mixed disulfide with Cys (25%), as a disulfide-linked dimer (<5%), as the free reduced amino acid (<5%), and as a thiolactone (trace) (5-6).
After Nylonge got a permit, its 1995 emissions of carbon disulfide, a hazardous air pollutant and a volatile organic compound (VOC), exceeded the permitted emission limit of 99.
They even surpass ruthenium disulfide, which is the best catalyst available for removing sulfur from petroleum.
SS1P is a fusion protein consisting of a disulfide linked antibody fragment linked to domains II and III of Pseudomonas exotoxin A.