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Main content≥98.0﹪
Appearancewhite crystalline powder
Loss on drying ≤1.0%
Loss on ignition≤0.5%
Melting Point≥300℃

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PackingIn 25kg Fiber drum as per customer’s requirement
StorageStore in dry,clean place ,avoid direct sun light.
ShippingIn room temperature

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AMT Applications Explored

3-Amino-5-mercapto-1,2,4-triazole, also known as AMT or 3-amino-5-mercapto-1,2,4-triazole, is a chemical compound with the molecular formula C2H4N4S. It belongs to the class of compounds known as triazoles, which are heterocyclic compounds containing a five-membered ring with three nitrogen atoms and two carbon atoms. AMT contains an amino group (-NH2) and a thiol group (-SH), making it a versatile compound for various applications.

AMT has been used in several fields, including pharmaceuticals, agriculture, and materials science. Here are a few applications:

1. Pharmaceutical research: AMT has been studied for its potential medicinal properties. It has shown promise in inhibiting the activity of enzymes involved in certain diseases, such as metalloenzymes and carbonic anhydrase.

2. Agrochemicals: AMT has been investigated as a potential ingredient in pesticides and fungicides due to its ability to inhibit certain enzymatic processes in plants. It has shown efficacy against a variety of agricultural pests and diseases.

3. Corrosion inhibition: AMT has been used as a corrosion inhibitor in metalworking fluids and other industrial applications. Its thiol group can form a protective layer on metal surfaces, preventing or slowing down the corrosion process.

4. Coordination chemistry: AMT can act as a ligand in coordination complexes, forming coordination bonds with metal ions. These complexes have been studied for their catalytic and sensing properties.