American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A colorless or pale yellow liquid, C3H3NS, containing a five-member ring composed of a nitrogen atom, a sulfur atom, and three carbon atoms, used in making dyes and fungicides.
- n. Any of various derivatives of this compound.
“Cooked Tomatoes When fresh tomatoes are cooked down to make a thick sauce, they gain some flavors—notably rose- and violet-like fragments of the carotenoid pigments—but they lose the fresh “green” notes provided by unstable fragments of fatty acids and by a particular sulfur compound a thiazole.”
“Cooperating with the I.G. Farbenindustry, which supplied the precious raw material for the work, he was able to prove that not an imidazole-ring (as suggested by Jansen and Donath), but a thiazole - and a pyrimidine-ring are present in vitamin”
“We initially isolated and characterized fluoromodules that generate fluorescence from the fluorogenic dyes thiazole orange and malachite green.”
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