hydrosulfide

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hydrosulfide

[¦hī·drə′səl‚fīd]
(chemistry)
A compound that has the SH‒ radical; for example, sulfhydrates, sulfhydryls, thioalcohols, thiols, sulfur alcohols, and mercaptans.
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The substance, carbon bisulfide, is a chemical byproduct from the production of rayon.
It is also possible to produce half-cystine residues for disulfide cross-links by placing the half-cystine residues in the correct primary sequence, and then adjusting the length of the bisulfide bond between these residues.
Its SIC equivalent codes are: 2869 - Industrial Organic Chemicals, NEC (except aliphatics, carbon bisulfide, ethyl alcohol, cyclopropane, diethylcyclohexane, napthalene sulfonic acid, synthetic hydraulic fluids, and fluorocarbon gases); and 2899 - Chemicals and Chemical Preparations, NEC (fatty acids).