thiolic

thiol

[thahy-awl, -ol] Chemistry.
noun
adjective

Origin:
1885–90; thi- + -ol1

thiolic [thahy-ol-ik] , adjective
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thiol (ˈθaɪɒl)
 
n
Also called (not in technical usage): mercaptan any of a class of sulphur-containing organic compounds with the formula RSH, where R is an organic group

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thiol thi·ol (thī'ôl', -ōl')
n.

  1. See mercaptan.

  2. A mixture of sulfurated and sulfonated petroleum oils that is purified with ammonia and is used in the treatment of skin diseases.

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thiol   (thī'ôl', -ōl')  Pronunciation Key 
A sulfur-containing organic compound having the general formula RSH, where R is another element or radical. Thiols are typically very volatile and strong-smelling, and are responsible for the odor of onions, garlic, rotting flesh, and skunk musk. Also called mercaptan.
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