thiuram

thiuram

[′thī·yə‚ram]
(organic chemistry)
A chemical compound containing a R2NCS radical; occurs mainly in disulfide compounds; the most common monosulfide compound is tetramethylthiuram monosulfide.
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India), Stearic acid (Loba chemie, India), tetramethyl thiuram disulfide (TMTD) (ICI Ltd.
5 phr with the addition of a secondary accelerator such as TBzTD, a nitrosamine-safe thiuram disulfide.
The TT also has a higher false-positive rate to neomycin, thiuram mix, balsam of Peru, fragrance mix, cobalt, and lanolin.
In footwear dermatitis study by Handa et al, (10) Thiuram mix was the commonest (87%) followed by Carba mix (70%), Mercaptobenzothiazole (33%), Tetramethylthiuram disulphide (27%) and N-cyclohexyl benzyl sulfenamide (27%).
The active substance - thiuram disulfidetetrametylotiuranu (compound of group dwutiokarbaminianEw) - 10%Quantity - 35,000 l packaging container with LDPE poj.
Furthermore to the raw rubber and filler the other constituents were Tetramethyl thiuram disulfide (a fast curing sulfur-donor accelerator) zinc oxide (ZnO and stearic acid as activator)
Suitable addition-fragmentation groups include conventional reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) agents such as allyl sulfides, dithiocarbamates, trithiocarbonates, and thiuram disulfides.
Disulfiram (Antabuse), chemically diethylthiocarbamoyl or tetraethyl thiuram, is the most extensively used deterrent drug for clinical management of alcoholism since its introduction in 1948.
5] patented compounds of the general molecular formular X(Y)NCSSZ, where X is hydrogen or alkyl group, Y is hydrogen, alkyl or aryl group and Z is metallic in nature, and thiuram disulfide derivatives, as fungicides, bactericides and microbiocides.
The Starpack[R] 48-651 is free of latex, powder, phthalates and thiuram accelerators, making it a safe choice for protecting workers' health and consumers.
Results: The most common allergens identified were: carba mix, nickel sulphate, thiuram mix, paratertiary butylphenol formaldehyde resin, paraphenylenediamine, and neomycin sulphate.
Dithiocarbamate toxicity toward thymocytes involves their copper-catalyzed conversion to thiuram disulfides which oxidize glutathione in a redox cycle without the release of reactive oxygen species.