Definition of Thiazol

1. thiazole [n -S] - See also: thiazole



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thiazol

thiatriazoline
thiatriazolines
thiazate
thiazates
thiazide
thiazide diabetes
thiazides
thiazidic
thiazin
thiazin dyes
thiazinam
thiazinane
thiazine
thiazines
thiazins
thiazol (current term)
thiazole
thiazole-4-carboxamide-adenine dinucleotide phosphodiesterase
thiazoles
thiazolidine
thiazolidinedione
thiazolidinediones
thiazolidines
thiazoline
thiazolines
thiazolino
thiazolium
thiazols
thiazolsulfone
thiazolyl

Literary usage of Thiazol

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1. The Chemistry of the Coal-tar Dyes by Irving Wetherbee Fay (1919)
"CHAPTER XX thiazol DYES THE name thiazol implies the presence of sulphur and nitrogen ... It also implies the presence of the so-called " thiazol ring. ..."

2. Organic Chemistry: Or : Chemistry of the Carbon Compounds by Victor von Richter (1922)
"(2) o-Amido-thio-phenol, by the action of chloro-carbonic esters, forms /<. oxy-benzo-thiazol or carbonyl-amido-thio-phenol. ..."

3. Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Proximate by Alfred Henry Allen, Henry Leffmann (1900)
"The general method of preparation of the thiazol ... and appears to contain three thiazol rings: — CH,.CJIS { £ } CC,H, { § } C CH, { I } Cq,H, ..."

4. The Year-book for Colorists and Dyers: Presenting a Review of the Year's by Herman A. Metz (1906)
"The new thiazol sulphonic acids produced in the above-defined manner are, in the shape of their alkaline salts, from whitish to grayish powders soluble in ..."

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