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Shri Rajaram Chemicals & Engg
S. No. 179/11B , floor Chawa Niwas Panchtaranagar Akurdi, Akurdi, Pune, Maharashtra - 411035, India
Mobile : +91-8888594790
Call Us : 08047026618
Shri Rajaram Chemicals & Engg is a noteworthy manufacturer, exporter and supplier of thiomalic acid. We offer thiomalic acid that is used in various pharmaceutical preparations. The thiomalic acid is manufactured according to the international standards. High quality and affordable price of the thiomalic acid have made it highly demanded by clients in india and overseas. We can supply thiomalic acid in bulk and on an urgent basis. applications : thiomalic acid is used as a brightening agent of metal plating. It is used as an intermediate for the synthesis of organic compounds especially as an corrosion inhibitor, soil fumigant, pharmaceuticals and electroplating agents. the first chemical contrast of thiols and sulfides with alcohols and ethers is acidity which is important in organic reactions. Thiols are stronger acids than relevant alcohols and phenols. Thiolate conjugate bases are easily formed, and are excellent nucleophiles in sn2 reactions of alkyl halides and tosylates. The nucleophilicity of sulfur is much greater than that of oxygen, resulting in a number of useful electrophilic substitution reaction that are rare by oxygen. For example, sulfides form (with alkyl halides) ternary sulfonium salts, in the same alkylattion of tert-amines quaternary ammonium salts, whereas ternary oxonium salts are prepared only under extream conditions. Without exception, sulfoxides, sulfinate salts and sulfite anion also alkylate on sulfur, despite of the partial negative formal charge on oxygen and partial positive charge on sulfur. The second character is the oxidation states of sulfur. Oxygen has only two oxidation states, whereas sulfur covers from –2 to +6 as follows :
|Grade Standard:||Industrial Grade|
|Grade Standard||Industrial Grade|
|Synonyms||Mercaptosuccinic Acid DL-Mercaptosuccinic Acid Mercaptobutanedioic Acid|
Physical and Chemical Properties
|Physical State||White Crystalline Powder|
|Melting Point||White Crystalline Powder|
|Stability||Stable under ordinary conditions.|