trisulfide

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trisulfide

[trī′səl‚fīd]
(chemistry)
A binary chemical compound that contains three sulfur atoms in its molecule, for example, iron trisulfude, Fe2S3.
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5, which shows that agitation of the solution during leaching greatly facilitates the reaction of the antimony trisulphide with ferric chloride.
In addition to citing garlic's well-established role as an antimicrobial, Block points to proprietary drugs based on diallyl trisulphide that are commonly prescribed in China to fight fungal and parasitic infections.
Other than esters, three hydrocarbons and dimethyl trisulphide and acetamide were identified from methanol extract of bedbug excreta by GC-MS.
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1 Ethenyl isothiocyanate 0.08 85 41 2 Allyl isothioocyanate 0.09 99 83 3 Disulphide, dimethyl (2,3-dithiabutane) 0.12 94 94 4 Trisulphide dimethyl (2,3,4-trithiapentane) 0.35 126 126 5 1,2,4-trithiolane,3,5-dimethyl 0.42 152 152 6 4-methyl thiobutyl isothiocyanate 0.60 161 161 7 2-phenylethyl isothiocyanate 0.63 163 159 8 N-heptacosane 0.98 380 57 9 N-nonacosane 1.00 408 57 10 (9E)-9-hydroxy vitamin D3 1.01 400 74 11 N-octacosane 1.07 394 57 No.
A critical review of the therapeutic potential of dibenzyl trisulphide isolated from Petiveria alliacea L (Guinea hen weed, anamu).