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The chemistry of the thiol group.

by Saul Patai

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Published by Wiley in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Thiols.

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    StatementEdited by Saul Patai.
    SeriesThe Chemistry of functional groups
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD305.T45 P37
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. (xiii, 956 p.)
    Number of Pages956
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5044029M
    ISBN 100471669490
    LC Control Number74003876

    provides the addition of two thiol groups to one alkyne group. Mechanistically, a thiyl radical adds to an alkyne group creating a very reactive thio vinyl radical, which, in turn,Author: Justin William Chan. In organic chemistry, a thiol is a compound that contains the –SH functional group, which is the sulfur analog of a hydroxyl or alcohol group. The functional group is referred to as either a thiol group or a sulfhydryl group. Thiols are more traditionally referred to as mercaptans.

    A chemical clock protocol that enables enhanced temporal control over the onset of two base-catalyzed ‘click’ reactions, the thiol-Michael addition reaction, and the thiol-isocyanate reaction, is described and used in polymerization reactions. The first thiol-specific turn-on probe, BODIPY-TS, utilizing a thiosulfonate scaffold as the thiol recognition unit was reported. BODIPY-TS displays low toxicity, and features high sensitivity, fast response and quantitative reaction towards thiols. The structural novelty of BODIPY-TS would guide the developCited by:

    Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents. Thiol-X Reactions: Click Reaction Mechanisms and Applications-- Thiol-ene and Thiol-yne Chemistry in Ideal Network Synthesis-- End-group Functionalization of RAFT-prepared Polymers using Thiol-X Chemistries-- Thiol-X Chemistries for the Production of Degradable Polymers-- Thiol / Thiosulfonate . The mechanism and kinetics of thiol–maleimide “click” reactions carried out under a variety of conditions have been investigated computationally and using experimental competition reactions. The influence of three different solvents (chloroform, ethane thiol, and N,N-dimethylformamide), five different initiaCited by:


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The chemistry of the thiol group by Saul Patai Download PDF EPUB FB2

The most complete resource in functional group chemistry Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups is one of chemistry's landmark book series in organic chemistry.

An indispensible resource for the organic chemist, this is the most comprehensive reference available in functional group chemistry. Thiol groups are abundant in the protein structure, such as cysteine, which can be used for ligand immobilization. The maleimide group undergoes an addition reaction with thiol groups to form stable thioether bonds in Fig.

[89].The reaction is suitable at a pH range of –, while at higher pH values some cross-reactivity with amine has been observed [90]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Patai, Saul. Chemistry of the thiol group.

London, New York, Wiley, (OCoLC) Online version. The Chemistry of the Thiol Group. In book: The Thiol Group Volume 2 (), pp - Cite this publication. such as thiol-ene chemistry. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. The chemistry of the thiol group, Part 2 Chemistry of functional groups The Chemistry of the Thiol Group, Saul Patai: Editor: Saul Patai: Publisher: Wiley, Original from: the University of.

Serban C. Moldoveanu, in Pyrolysis of Organic Molecules (Second Edition), General Aspects. Thiols contain one or more SH groups in their molecules and can be considered analogs of alcohols, generated by replacing the OH group with SH. The IUPAC name of thiols is made by adding the suffix thiol to the name of the corresponding hydrocarbon (methanethiol for CH 3.

It is the unique chemistry of the thiol or thiolate group of cysteine that imparts functional sites with their specialized properties (e.g., nucleophilicity, high affinity metal binding, and/or ability to form disulfide bonds).

Highlighted in this review are some of the basic biophysical and biochemical properties of cysteine groups and the Cited by: The most complete resource in functional group chemistryPatais Chemistry of Functional Groups is one of chemistrys landmark book series in organic chemistry.

An indispensible resource for the organic chemist, this is the most comprehensive reference available in functional group chemistry. Founded in by the late Professor Saul Patai, the aim of Patais Chemistry of Functional Author: Saul Patai.

The chemistry of the thiol group, Volume 2 Chemistry of functional groups The Chemistry of the Thiol Group, Saul Patai: Author: Saul Patai: Publisher: Wiley, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects.

The ―SH group of a thiol is known as a mercapto group, and therefore the prefix mercapto-may be included in the names of certain compounds—for example, 2-mercaptoethanol or 2-mercaptobenzothiazole. When a thiol is named relative to a corresponding oxygen compound, the prefix thiol-is used—for example, thiophenol.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The chemistry of the thiol group by Saul Patai,Wiley edition, in English The chemistry of the thiol :   This is the definition of thiol group. This is the chemical structure of cysteine.

The yellow SH on the left hand side is a thiol group. The chemistry of the thiol group / Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: XI, Seiten.

Series Title. Specifically, the reaction between a free thiol and a maleimido group is an addition reaction known as the thiol-Michael addition and also as the thiol-maleimide reaction.

Many scientists consider this reaction to be a type of “click chemistry” reaction because it meets most of the criteria for “click chemistry” as defined by Kolb, Finn. The Chemistry of the Thiol Group. Parts 1 & 2. (The chemistry of functional groups) Hardcover – January 1, by Saul Patai (Author) › Visit Amazon's Saul Patai Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Author: Saul Patai. Pyrimidinethiol (mercaptan) is a group of sulfur containing organic compounds is found in crude dinethiol is also known as cyclic thiourea constitutes remarkable versatile.

For example, Lindner's group pioneered the use of thiol-ene chemistry for the preparation of particulate silica-based chiral stationary phases. 6 Similar support was later used for the preparation of stationary phases for hydrophilic interaction chromatography (HILIC).

7 The thiol-ene coupling was also used for the modification of by:   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The chemistry of the thiol group by Saul Patai; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Thiols, Tiols. Let's look at how to prepare sulfides from thiols.

So over here on the left, I have my thiol. And to that thiol, I'm going to add sodium hydroxide. And the sodium hydroxide is going to deprotonated the thiol, which is then going to react with this alkyl halide in the second step of the reaction, to produce my sulfide as my product.

Thiol-ene Chemistry Thiol-ene reactions involve the addition of a S-H bond across a double or triple bond by either a free radical or ionic mechanism. Thiol-ene reactions are essentially the sulfur version of the hydrosilylation reaction. The thiol-ene reaction (also alkene hydrothiolation) is an organic reaction between a thiol and an alkene to form a reaction was first reported inbut it gained prominence in the late s and early s for its feasibility and wide range of applications.

This reaction is accepted as a click chemistry reaction given the reactions’ high yield, stereoselectivity, high.Illustrated Glossary of Organic Chemistry.

Thiol (mercaptan): A functional group characterized by a sulfhydryl group bonded to a carbon of any hybridization that is not a carbonyl group carbon. Generic thiol structure. Thi ol Examples. 2-Methyl propanethiol (Tert-butyl thiol).Thiol group (SH) is present in cysteine.

A soap molecule is made up of two parts: one part is a long hydrocarbon chain which is non-ionic, and the other part is a short ionic group called carboxylate group (–COO – Na +).The non-ionic, hydrocarbon part of soap molecule is water repelling (hydrophobic) but it dissolves dirt and grease particles.