Chemical properties of thiadiazole compounds
Keywords:Heterocyclic compounds, thiadiazole compounds, chemical properties .
Heterocyclic compounds occur widely in nature and in a variety of non-naturally compounds, large
number of heterocyclic compounds are essential to life such as alkaloids, antibiotics, essential amino
acids, the vitamins, hemoglobin, hormones , a large number of synthetic drugs and dyes. Thiadiazole are
very interesting compounds due to their important applications in many pharmaceutical biological and
analytical fields.This review showed the optical , electrochemical properties , electrical conductivity and
magnetic susceptibility for thiadiazole compounds .
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