- a colorless, slightly water-miscible liquid, C3H3NS, having a disagreeable odor.
- any of various derivatives of this substance, used as dyes or reagents.
Origin of thiazole
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- a colourless liquid with a pungent smell that contains a ring system composed of three carbon atoms, a sulphur atom, and a nitrogen atom. It is used in dyes and fungicides. Formula: C 3 H 3 NS
- any of a group of compounds derived from this substance that are used in dyes
- Any of a class of organic compounds containing a ring that consists of three carbon atoms, one nitrogen atom, and one sulfur atom. Thiamine, penicillin and its derivatives, various other drugs, and numerous dyes are thiazoles.
- A colorless or pale yellow liquid used in making dyes and fungicides. Chemical formula: C3H3NS.
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