thiocarbanilide


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thiocarbanilide

[¦thī·ō‚kär·bə′ni‚līd]
(organic chemistry)
CS(NHC6H5)2 A gray powder with a melting point of 148°C; soluble in alcohol and ether; used for making dyes, and as a vulcanization accelerator and ore flotation agent. Also known as sulfocarbanilide.
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Vulcanization Materials Accelerators A-1 Thiocarbanilide lb.
2]) produced an effective accelerator, thiocarbanilide, without the toxic side effects.
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