- a disulfide.
Origin of bisulfide
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Examples from the Web for bisulphide
A mass of common pyrites (bisulphide of iron) weighing only 12 lbs.Getting Gold
J. C. F. Johnson
The opium should be first treated with bisulphide of carbon or benzine.
It is soluble in bisulphide of carbon, and in benzol, without decomposing.
I said to myself, "Probably quartz with sulphurets" (bisulphide of iron).In Search of a Siberian Klondike
Homer B. Hulbert
A solution of india rubber in bisulphide of carbon is now generally employed instead of an ethereal solution.
- another name for disulphide
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