thiobarbituric acid

thiobarbituric acid
thio·bar·bi·tu·ric acid -.bär-bə-.t(y)u̇r-ik- n a barbituric acid derivative C6H4N2O2S that is used to form a series of thio analogs of the barbiturates

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thio·bar·bi·tu·ric ac·id (thi″o-bahr″bĭ-tuґrik) a condensation of malonic acid and thiourea, differing from barbituric acid only by the presence of a sulfur atom instead of an oxygen atom at the number 2 carbon; it is the parent compound of a class of drugs, the thiobarbiturates. Thiobarbiturates and barbiturates are analogous in their effects.

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