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  • Methanethiol (also known as methyl mercaptan) is a colorless gas with a smell like rotten cabbage.
  • Mercaptan is a natural substance found in the blood, brain, and other animal as well as plant tissues.
  • It is disposed of through animal feces. It occurs naturally in certain foods, such as some nuts and cheese.
  • Mercaptan is also one of the main chemicals responsible for bad breath and the smell of flatus.
  • The chemical formula for methanethiol is CH3SH; it is classified as a thiol.
  • The dehydrogenation reaction paths of methanethiol CH,SH were analyzed by ab initio MO calculations.
  • The reaction ergodography for the unimolecular reaction process of methanethiol is a basic sulfur-containing compound.
  • The Merox process for mercaptan extraction is one of the family of Merox process applications developed for control of mercaptans (thiols) in
    hydrocarbon streams.
  • In the extraction Merox process the caustic soluble mercaptans are removed in a single, multi-stage extraction column using high efficiency trays
    designed by UOP.
  • The calculations for the phenolic and mercaptan liquors are based on the removal of given quantities of COD.
  • All wines with micro-oxygenation had a significantly lower level of both methyl and ethyl mercaptan.
  • The absorbed light intensity was determined from the rate of hydrogen production in the photolysis of methanethiol in the absence of oxygen,
    assuming the quantum yield of hydrogen to be unity.
  • Three chemicals are associated with nuisance odours: ethyl mercaptan, methyl mercaptan and hydrogen sulphide.
General Information
  • Information about Mercaptan
  • Description about Mercaptan
  • FAQ for MethylMercaptan
  • Information about Thiol


  • Reaction ergodography for dehydrogenation reaction of methanethiol
  • Headspace Evaluation of Methanethiol and Dimethyl Trisulfide in Aqueous Solutions of Soy-protein Isolates
  • Merox process Mercaptan extraction
  • New Kerosene Mercaptan Oxidation Process
  • Synthesis and electrochemical properties of benzylmercapto and dodecyl-mercapto tetrasubstituted manganese phthalocyanine complexes
  • Consultant from California
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  • Consultant from Texas
  • Consultant from SaudiArabia
  • Butyl Mercaptan
  • Methyl Mercaptan
  • Dodecyl Mercaptan
  • Helium
  • Methyl Mercaptan MSDS


  • Determination os Sulfur in a gaseous mixture
  • Gasoline from natural gas by sulfur processing
  • Feed-Gas Treatment Design for the Pearl GTL Project
  • Fingerprinting landfill gas


  • Suppliers of Mercaptan
  • Mercaptan Manufacturers
  • Hazardous Substances Emergency Events Surveillance
  • Methyl mercaptan hazards
  • Methyl mercaptan human exposure
  • Odors from mycelium sludge waste and bone meal manufacturing
  • Toxicological profile for Methyl mercaptan

Product & Applications

  • Carbon monoxide and natural gas detection for fire department engine companies
  • Sulfur Dioxide Formation in the Photo-oxidation of Methanethiol
  • Actopentin
  • Scentinel

Patent & Technology

  • Apparatus for continuously preparing perchlormethyl mercaptan
  • Synthesis of benzyl mercaptan
  • Production of methanethiol from H2 S and CO
  • Apparatus and method for production of methanethiol
  • Regeneration and preconditioning of a methanethiol synthesis catalyst
  • The Treatment of Concentrated Toxic Waste Streams by the Application of Electrochemical Oxidation
  • Application of Toasted Oak and Micro-oxygenation to Ageing of Cabernet Sauvignon Wines
  • Methyl Mercaptan in Relation to Foetor Hepaticus
  • Environmental risks of municipal non-hazardous waste landfilling and incineration
  • First-principles study of adsorption of methanethiol on Co
  • Mercaptans and other volatile sulfur compounds in wine

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