arsine

[ ahr-seen, ahr-seen, -sin ]
/ ɑrˈsin, ˈɑr sin, -sɪn /

noun Chemistry.

Also called ar·se·niu·ret·ted hy·dro·gen [ahr-sen-yuh-ret-id hahy-druh-juhn, ‐see-nyuh‐] /ɑrˈsɛn yəˌrɛt ɪd ˈhaɪ drə dʒən, ‐ˈsi nyə‐/ . a colorless, flammable, slightly water-soluble gas, AsH3, having a fetid, garliclike odor, used in chemical warfare.
any derivative of this compound in which one or more hydrogen atoms are replaced by organic groups.

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Origin of arsine

First recorded in 1875–80; ars(enic) + -ine2
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British Dictionary definitions for arsine

arsine
/ (ˈɑːsiːn) /

noun

a colourless poisonous gas used in the manufacture of organic compounds, to dope transistors, and as a military poisonous gas. Formula: AsH 3
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