El-Shahawi, "Headspace sorptive solid phase microextraction (HS-SPME) combined with a spectrophotometry system: A simple glass devise for extraction and simultaneous determination of cyanide and thiocyanate
in environmental and biological samples," Talanta, vol.
The synthesis of the proposed hexasubstituted thioureas 4a-f was prepared via reaction of hexachlorocyclotriphosphazene with potassium thiocyanate
to form isothiocyanates phosphazene intermediates, followed by typical thiourea reaction with a series of amines derivatives in a one-pot reaction system.
and isothiocyanate compete with iodite to enter into the thyroid follicles, which may compromise the THs synthesis and induce the onset of goiter and hypothyroidism in patients with low iodine intake.
Our study had three major aims: 1) to compare the urinary thiocyanate
levels of the exposed and the control communities; 2) to compare the prevalence of cyanide exposure symptoms of the exposed and the control communities; and 3) to provide additional information on lifestyle factors that have been associated with urinary thiocyanate
levels such as demographic factors, dietary exposure, and smoking.
The regioselective formation of (Beta)- hydroxy azides or (Beta)- hydroxy thiocyanates
from epoxides is an important reaction in medicinal and organic chemistry.
Elevated whole blood cyanide and thiocyanate
have been found in smokers .
To actually dissolve the cellulose, they added thiocyanate
is an end product of detoxification of hydrogen cyanide present in cigarette smoke.
2007), with the strongest associations in women with low iodine and high thiocyanate
(Steinmaus et al.
Such biomarkers are nicotine, thiocyanate
ion and carboxyhemoglobine [20,21].
The mean urinary thiocyanate
level was 1.073 [+ or -] 0.39 mg/dl.
and smoking in pregnancy." J Obstet Gynaecol Br Commonw, 1973; 80:810-814.