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Polymerization of thiophene can be effected by a solution of ferric chloride in acetonitrile. The kinetics of thiophene ... and urethanes Thiophenes with chiral substituents at the 3 position have been polymerized. Such chiral PTs in principle could ... SCE, whereas unsubstituted thiophene requires an additional 0.2 V. Steric hindrance resulting from branching at the α-carbon of ... Poly(3-(perfluorooctyl)thiophene)s is soluble in supercritical carbon dioxide Oligothiophenes capped at both ends with ...
As for thiophene, electrophiles tend to attack at the carbon positions next to the chalcogen. Such reactions are slower than ... Hartough, H. D. (2009). Thiophene and Its Derivatives. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 9780470188026. Eicher, Theophil; Hauptmann, ... that of furan, but faster than thiophene. International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (2014). Nomenclature of Organic ...
Thiophene, a sulfur analog. Simple aromatic rings Varsol, a petroleum distillate with a boiling range of 150-200 °C. Frederick ...
With 1,4-diketones the reagent forms thiophenes. It is also used to deoxygenate sulfoxides. The use of P4S10 has been displaced ...
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Thiophene-expanded guanosine analogues of Gemcitabine. Bioorg Med Chem Lett. 2015;25(19):4274-76. Babkov DA, Valuev-Elliston VT ... Chen, Zhe; Ku, Therese C; Seley-Radtke, Katherine L (2015). "Thiophene-expanded guanosine analogues of Gemcitabine". Bioorganic ...
As a consequence, thiophene exhibits few properties expected for a sulfide - thiophene is non-nucleophilic at sulfur and, in ... Thiophenes are a special class of sulfide-containing heterocyclic compounds. Because of their aromatic character, they are non- ... Upon hydrogenation, thiophene gives tetrahydrothiophene, C4H8S, which indeed does behave as a typical sulfide. Sulfides are ...
1,4-Diketones are also precursor to furans and thiophenes. The condensation of 1,4-diketones (and related substrates) with ...
... has the ability to grow on substituted thiophenes. LPSN lpsn.dsmz.de Straininfo of Xanthobacter ... nov., an organism associated with Tagetes species and able to grow on substituted thiophenes". International Journal of ... nov., an organism associated with Tagetes species and able to grow on substituted thiophenes". International Journal of ... "Chemolithoautotrophy and mixotrophy in the thiophene-2-carboxylic acid-utilizing Xanthobacter tagetidis". Archives of ...
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... which can be dehydrobrominated to thiophene-1,1-dioxide with silver carbonate. Thiophene-1,1-dioxide, a highly reactive species ... The synthesis of thiophene-1,1-dioxide". Journal of the American Chemical Society. 76 (7): 1932-1936. doi:10.1021/ja01636a058. ...
In contrast, thiophene engages in neither reaction. Dihydrothiophenes contribute to the aroma of the white truffle. The major ...
Included are pyridine, thiophene, pyrrole, and furan. Another large class of organic heterocycles refers to those fused to ... For example, the fused benzene derivatives of pyridine, thiophene, pyrrole, and furan are quinoline, benzothiophene, indole, ... Thienothiophene are the fusion of two thiophene rings. Phosphaphenalenes are a tricyclic phosphorus-containing heterocyclic ...
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β-CD can bind with thiophene-based molecule. The structure of cryptophanes contain 6 phenyl rings, mainly connected in 4 ways ...
In the first step, a Gewald reaction using propionaldehyde, sulfur and malononitrile formed the thiophene ring system, as 2- ... "5-methyl-2-(2-nitroanilino)thiophene-3-carbonitrile". ccdc.cam.ac.uk. Retrieved 2021-05-08. Warren, Lisette R; McGowan, Evana; ...
Fe3(CO)12 forms "ferroles" upon reaction with heterocycles such as thiophenes. Fe3(CO)12 reacts with thiols and disulfides to ...
Sulflower is a stable heterocyclic octacirculene based on thiophene. Corannulene ([5]circulene) Coronene ([6]circulene) [7] ...
It is sensitive to thiophene-2-carboxylic acid hydrazide.[citation needed] Initially (after 3-4 weeks), its minute, dull flakes ...
... thiophenes" (PDF). Journal of the American Chemical Society. 137 (21): 6866-6879. doi:10.1021/jacs.5b02785. ISSN 0002-7863. ... "Operational electrochemical stability of thiophene-thiazole copolymers probed by resonant Raman spectroscopy" (PDF). The ...
Compared to benzene, furans, thiophenes, and pyrroles are more susceptible to electrophilic attack. These compounds all contain ...
His research focussed on organic arsenic compounds, thiophene compounds, and the formation of petroleum. In 1924, Steinkopf ... Steinkopf, Wilhelm (1941). Die Chemie des Thiophens [The Chemistry of Thiophene] (in German). Dresden/Leipzig: Verlag Theodor ...
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... and Complete Characterization of Thiophene S-Oxide Dimers and Evidence for Thiophene S-Oxide as an Intermediate in Thiophene ... "Evidence for thiophene-S-oxide as a primary reactive metabolite of thiophene in vivo: formation of a dihydrothiophene sulfoxide ... Thiophene-2-carboxylic acid is the final major metabolic product. It is very hydrophilic and is excreted in urine. ... Originally reported in 1942, the molecule consists of a thiophene group with an alkyl amine substituent at the 2-position. It ...
"Acylation of thiophene and furan by means of boron trifluoride. VII". Journal of the American Chemical Society. 70 (2): 867. ...
"Site-dependent reactivity of MoS2 nanoparticles in hydrodesulfurization of thiophene". Nature Communications. 11 (1): 4369. doi ...
nov., a thiophene-2-carboxylate-metabolizing bacterium from activated sludge". Archives of Microbiology. 169 (4): 293-302. doi: ... Different carbons were tested but only a few sugars, fatty acids and thiophene 2-carboxylate supported growth (Bambauer, A. ... Aquamicrobium defluvii uses thiophene-2-carboxylate as only source for carbon. LPSN lpsn.dsmz.de Straininfo of Aquamicrobium ...
Many kinds of thiophenes occur in petroleum ranging from thiophene itself to more condensed derivatives, benzothiophenes and ... Substrates, such as thiophene, bind to this site and undergo a series of reactions that result in both C-S scission and C=C ... Thiophene itself and its alkyl derivatives are easier to hydrogenolyse, whereas dibenzothiophene, especially its 4,6- ... Benzothiophenes are midway between the simple thiophenes and dibenzothiophenes in their susceptibility to HDS. The main HDS ...