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disulfide

[dī′səl‚fīd]
(chemistry)
A compound that has two sulfur atoms bonded to a radical or element.
One of a group of organosulfur compounds RSSR′ that may be symmetrical (R=R′) or unsymmetrical (R and R′, different).
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Akzo Nobel, who took over Courtaulds, launched an investigation in conjunction with Wolverhampton Council into the presence of carbon disulphide underneath the houses in the autumn of 2005.
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