thioaldehyde

[thahy-oh-al-duh-hahyd]
noun Chemistry.
  1. any of a class of compounds formed by the action of hydrogen sulfide on aldehydes, and regarded as aldehydes with the oxygen replaced by sulfur.

Origin of thioaldehyde

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