mercaptosuccinic acid

mercaptosuccinic acid

[mər‚kap·tō·sək′sin·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
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Typically, the QDs (2.4:1 thiol:metal ratio) were synthesized by combining 2.35 mmol cadmium salt (anions = perchlorate, acetate, chloride, nitrate, or sulfate) and 5.7 mmol water-soluble thiol (mercaptosuccinic acid, glutathione, or cysteine) in 125 mL of reverse osmosis (RO) water.