[Chimera-users] Methanesulfinamide Stability and Synthesis
kay_jay at earthlink.net
Thu Apr 19 08:36:41 PDT 2012
On Wed, 18 Apr 2012 23:08:18 -0700
Nancy <nancy5villa at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> I would greatly appreciate it if anyone has information on the
> stability of methanesulfinamide (SMILES: C[S](=O)N([H])[H]), as well
> as it's stability in water.
> Thank you.
I don't know too much about sufinamides but expect that they, like
carboxamides, are relatively stable derivatives of sulfinic acids. I
expect it will depend a lot on what you plan to do with it, though.
You can always create a solution and see if it decomposes over
whatever time frame you are considering for its usage.
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