dibenzyl disulfide

dibenzyl disulfide

[dī′ben·zil dī′səl‚fīd]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5CH2SSCH2C6H5 A compound crystallizing in leaflets with a melting point of 71-72°C; soluble in hot methanol, benzene, ether, and hot ethanol; used as an antioxidant in compounding of rubber and as an additive to silicone oils.
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Dibenzyl disulfide was prepared by the method of Baroni9 as depicted in Scheme 1