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thiazole

[′thī·ə‚zōl]
(organic chemistry)
C3H3NS A colorless to yellowish liquid with a pyridinelike aroma, slightly soluble in water, soluble in alcohol and ether; used as an intermediate for fungicides, dyes, and rubber accelerators.
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In these articles, the sulfur compound subgroup thiazoles is the most common subgroup (Fig.
Many of these clusters contained compounds with a phenol moiety, a few had a nitrobenzene core, and three shared a thiazole substructure (Figure 3, red boxes).
[beta]-Ethyl and [beta]-isopropylamine derivatives of pyridine and thiazole," Journal of Organic Chemistry, vol.
The thiazole ring dramatically increases the diversity of certain biological properties such as antibacterial [8], antiviral [9], and antitubercular [10] activities.
This eventually produces many important classes of flavour compounds including furans, pyrazines, pyrroles, oxazoles, thiophenes, thiazoles and other heterocyclic compounds (Figure 5; Melton, 1999).
Thiazole and isothiazole derivatives have received and continue to receive considerable attention [1-2].The chemistry of thiazoles dates back to 1879 when benzothiazole came into light.
Treatt offers over 300 speciality chemical top notes, including pyrazines, thiazoles and other sulphur, nitrogen and oxygen heterocyclic chemicals, manufactured by Endeavour Specialty Chemicals.
While examining the hydroformylation of acetylenic substituted thiazoles, Van den Hoven and Alper discovered the new reaction, which has several remarkable features.
Key statement: Process for producing a rubber composition comprising a rubber component (A) comprising at least one selected from natural rubbers and synthetic diene rubbers, a filler containing an inorganic filler (B), a silane coupling agent (C), and at least two kinds of chemical agents (D) and (E) selected from guanidines, sulfenamides, thiazoles, thiurams, dithiocarbamates, thioureas and xanthates, wherein the rubber composition is kneaded in a plurality of stages wherein, in the first stage (X) of kneading, the rubber component (A), all or a portion of the inorganic filler (B), all or a portion of the silane coupling agent (C), and at least two kinds of the chemical agents (D) and (E) are added and kneaded.
Gupta, "Thiazoles: having diverse biological activities," Medicinal Chemistry Research, vol.
Kumari, Synthesis of Some New 2, 4-disubstituted thiazoles as Possible Antibacterial and Anti-Inflammatory Agents.