2-thiohydantoin

2-thiohydantoin

[¦tü ¦thī·ō·hī′dänt·ə‚win]
(organic chemistry)
NHC(S)NHC(O)CH2 Crystals or a tan powder with a melting point of 230°C; used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, rubber accelerators, and copper-plating brighteners. Also known as glycolythiourea.
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Leclerc, "Synthesis of 2-thiohydantoin derivatives with potential immunomodulating and anticancer activities," European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, vol.
In addition, 2-thiohydantoins are useful intermediates in the synthesis of natural products [19, 20].
Zhang, "A simple synthesis of 2-thiohydantoins," Molecules, vol.