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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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.
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