bisulfide

bi•sul•fide
[[t]baɪˈsʌl faɪd, -fɪd[/t]] n.
chem. a disulfide
Etymology: 1860–65

From formal English to slang. 2014.

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  • bisulfide — [bī sul′fīd΄] n. DISULFIDE …   English World dictionary

  • Bisulfide — The Bisulfide ion, also called hydrosulfide, is the anion with the formula [HS] − (commonly written [SH] −). This species is the conjugate base of hydrogen sulfide::H2S unicode|⇌ HS− + H+In aqueous solutions, at pH greater than 7, hydrogen… …   Wikipedia

  • bisulfide — (ˈ)bī+ noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary bi (I) + sulfide : disulfide 1 used chiefly commercially in the term carbon bisulfide …   Useful english dictionary

  • bisulfide — noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1863 disulfide …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bisulfide — /buy sul fuyd, fid/, n. Chem. a disulfide. Also, bisulphide. [1860 65; BI 1 + SULFIDE] * * * …   Universalium

  • bisulfide — noun disulfide …   Wiktionary

  • bisulfide — A compound of the anion HS−; an acid sulfide. * * * bi·sul·fide or chiefly Brit bi·sul·phide .fīd n DISULFIDE * * * bi·sul·fide (bi sulґfīd) disulfide …   Medical dictionary

  • bisulfide — n. disulfide (compound containing two sulfuric atoms) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bisulfide — bi·sulfide …   English syllables

  • carbon bisulfide — n. CARBON DISULFIDE * * * …   Universalium

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