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- n. Plural form of thiophene.
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Sulfur may be present in crude oil as hydrogen sulfide (H2S), as compounds (e.g. mercaptans, sulfides, disulfides, thiophenes, etc.) or as elemental sulfur.
Amino acids contribute nitrogen and sulfur atoms to produce the distinctive central rings of clockwise from top pyrroles, pyridines, pyrazines, thiophenes, thiazoles, and oxazoles.
Marchais-Oberwinkler S, Werth R, Negri M, Al-Soud YA, et al. (2008) Design, synthesis, biological evaluation and pharmacokinetics of bis (hydroxyphenyl) substituted azoles, thiophenes, benzenes, and aza-benzenes as potent and selective nonsteroidal inhibitors of 17β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 1 (17β-HSD1).
Marchais-Oberwinkler S, Negri M, Kruchten P, Oster A, et al. (2009) New insights into the SAR and binding modes of bis (hydroxyphenyl) thiophenes and
It contains a valuable distillation and critical evaluation of the Best Synthetic Methods for the formation and reaction of thiophenes (five membered heterocycles containing a ring sulfur) or polymers containing a thiophene functionality (thienyls).
Contains a systematic description and critical evaluation of the best methods for preparation of thiophenes and polymers containing thiophenes.