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n.1.(Chem.) A colorless mobile liquid, C6H5.SH, of an offensive odor, and analogous to phenol; - called also phenyl sulphydrate.
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Biellmann, 1-Methyl-4ethynylpridinum triflate: Reaction with Thiophenol Giving Rise to Chromophoric (E)-1methyl-4-[2-(phenylsulfanyl)-1-ethenyl] pyridinium triflate.
Song, "An aqueous methylated chromenoquinoline-based fluorescent probe for instantaneous sensing of thiophenol with a red emission and a large Stokes shift," Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, vol.
Other observed metabolic routes were the epoxide-diol pathway, synthesis of a thiophenol and of a substituted propionic acid, allylic oxidation, and migration of the double bond.
Ferrocenyl compounds possessing protected phenol and thiophenol groups: synthesis, X-ray structure, and in vitro biological effects against breast cancer.
For thiophenol, orbital kinetic energies for outer orbitals were recalculated using the "SDDall" effective core potential (ECP) and basis set on the sulfur center [23].
However, the studies aiming to find and investigate new photometric reagents with different functional groups are still going on.In this respect, a very promising reagent is 2,4-dihydroxy- thiophenol (DHTP, H3R), which contains two hydroxyl and one sulfohydryl groups and is a sulfur-containing analogue of mononuclear poly-phenols with one oxygen atom replaced with sulfur atom.
Ti[O.sub.2]: with thiophenol (2008) MEH-PPV/Al yielded a higher PCE [50] and proved to be one of the best ligands for fabricating HPVs.
In particular Schiff bases with 2-amino thiophenol, 2-amino phenol, 2amino benzoic acid, and 2-amino 3-hydroxy pyridine exhibit various biological activities such as antimicrobial activity, protein tyrosine phosphatases inhibition, and nuclease activity [2, 3].
E-mail: Table I: Reaction conditions for the formation of thiophenol adducts of acid hydrazones.
This method is based on the finding that the rate of metabolizing PF into PM-I by intestinal bacteria is equivalent to that of metabolizing PF into PT-PM-I, a compound produced by incubating PF with fecal suspension in the presence of phenylmercaptan (thiophenol, Fig.