rhodanine

rhodanine

[′rōd·ən‚īn]
(organic chemistry)
C3H3NOS2 A pale-yellow crystalline compound that may decompose violently when heated, giving off toxic by-products; used in organic synthesis.
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Love, "Quantum chemical studies of some rhodanine azosulpha drugs as corrosion inhibitors for mild steel in acidic medium," International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, vol.
Supramolecular structure, thermal properties, SS-DNA binding activity and antimicrobial activities of polymeric complexes of rhodanine hydrazone compounds," Journal of Molecular Liquids, vol.
Heterocycles such as rhodanine and related compounds have shown a range of biological activities such as anticancer, antibacterial, antidiabetic and antiviral as have boronic acid-containing compounds.
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Kubota et al., "Long-term stability of novel double rhodanine indoline dyes having one and two anchor carboxyl group (s) in dye-sensitized solar cells," RSC Advances, vol.
Soylak, "Dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction of lead(II) as 5-(4-dimethylaminobenzylidene) rhodanine chelates from food and water samples," Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, vol.
Rhodanine stain for copper and quantitative copper analysis were both negative, ruling out Wilson's disease.
Rhodanine assay for gallotanin content: The assay was performed according to Inoue and Hagermann (1988).
I'm not advocating advancing everything--I'm still not going to work on a phenolic rhodanine, sorry--but we're probably tossing out perfectly valid lead compounds in the process of tossing out the nasties.
Coordination compounds of dimethylthallium (III) with 5-(2- pyridinylmethylene) rhodanine or 5-(2-pyridinylmethylene)-2-thiohydantoin: an unusual case of dismotropic isomerism.
This method is based on the formation of a chromogen from gallic acid (released by the esterase activity of tannase) and rhodanine (2-thio-4ketothiazolidine).