oxathiazole etymology

English word oxathiazole comes from English oxa-, English thiazole

Detailed word origin of oxathiazole

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
oxa- English (eng) (organic chemistry) Used to name compounds in which a carbon atom (typically a methylene group) has been replaced by one of oxygen.
thiazole English (eng) (organic compound) Any of a class of unsaturated heterocyclic compounds containing a ring of three carbon atoms, a sulphur and an nitrogen atom; especially the simplest one, C3H3SN.
oxathiazole English (eng) (organic compound) The unsaturated five-membered heterocycle having two carbon atoms, one oxygen atom, one sulfur atom, one nitrogen atom and one double bond.

Words with the same origin as oxathiazole

Descendants of oxa-
oxabicyclic oxaborole oxacyclic oxadiazepine oxadiazine oxadiazole oxanorbornene oxapentane oxaphosphine oxaphosphole oxasilolane oxathiane oxathiazinone oxathiine oxathiirane oxatricycle oxaziridine
Descendants of thiazole
thiazolium thiazolyl