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Pyridine-2-thioamide | CAS Number: 5346-38-3

Catalog Number
ACM5346383
Product Name
Pyridine-2-thioamide
Structure
CAS Number
5346-38-3
IUPAC Name
pyridine-2-carbothioamide
Synonyms
Thiopicolinamide, Picolinothioamide, 2-Thiopicolinamide, Picolinamide, thio-, 2-Pyridinecarbothioamide, 2-Thiocarbamoylpyridine, Picolinic acid thioamide, Thio-2-pyridinecarboxamide, 2-Pyridylthiocarboxamide, pyridine-2-carbothioamide, Pyridine, 2-carbothioamide, alpha-D-Cellobiose octaacetate, ARONIS001279, 2-PYRIDINETHIOCARBOXAMIDE, NSC 1606, Amino-2-pyridylmethane-1-thione, NSC1606, MolPort-000-158-421, AIDS009534, AIDS-009534
Molecular Weight
138.19
Exact Mass
138.02500
Molecular Formula
C6H6N2S
Boiling Point
278.9ºC at 760mmHg
Melting Point
136ºC
Flash Point
122.5ºC
Density
1.265g/cm3
Purity
98+%
SMILES
C1=CC=NC(=C1)C(=S)N
InChIKey
HYKQYVSNFPWGKQ-UHFFFAOYSA-N
H-Bond Donor
1
H-Bond Acceptor
1
Safty Description
S26
Hazard Statements
Xn
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1Studying the sublimation thermodynamics of ethionamide and pyridinecarbothioamide isomers by transpiration method

Blokhina S, Sharapova A, Ol'khovich M, et al.

Thermochimica Acta, 2015, 622: 97-102.

Temperature dependences of saturated vapor pressure for crystalline phases of 2-ethyl-4-pyridinecarbothioamide (ethionamide) and two parent compounds 2- and 4-pyridinecarbothioamide isomers were measured by the transpiration method. The results were used to determine the standard molar enthalpies, entropies and Gibbs energies of sublimation at T = 298.15 K. HYBOT descriptors application has shown an increase in the donor–acceptor ability of the molecules of the studied compounds to form hydrogen bonds to result in their crystal lattice energy growth. Read More

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