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antimony pentasulfide

[ pen-tuh-suhl-fahyd ]
/ ˌpɛn təˈsʌl faɪd /
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noun Chemistry.
a deep-yellow, water-insoluble powder, Sb2S5, used chiefly as a pigment in oil and water colors.
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