What is a Sulfhydryl Group?


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A sulfhydryl group belongs to which of the following classes of organic compounds?

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1. What is the correct molecular formula for a sulfhydryl group?

2. Which of the following physical properties are well known regarding sulfhydryl groups?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use this interactive quiz and worksheet combo at any time to test your knowledge of the sulfhydryl group, its molecular formula, and the physical properties associated with the group.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Topics discussed in this quiz will include the sulfhydryl group's:

  • Physical properties
  • Polarity
  • Classification

Skills Practiced

Practice the following skills using this quiz and worksheet combo:

  • Reading comprehension - recall the information regarding sulfhydryl groups to understand the physical properties chiefly associated with them
  • Knowledge application - answer a question about the molecular formula for sulfhydryl groups using what you have read
  • Interpreting information - analyze the material given about sulfhydryl groups to determine their classification

Additional Learning

To learn more about the polarity and physical properties of sulfhydryl groups, review the lesson What is a Sulfhydryl Group? This tutorial will review:

  • Thiols
  • R groups
  • Sulfhydryl's molecular structure