disulphide


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disulphide

(daɪˈsʌlfaɪd) or

disulfide

n
(Elements & Compounds) any chemical compound containing two sulphur atoms per molecule. Also called (not in technical usage): bisulphide
Translations

disulphide

, (US) disulfide
nDisulfid nt
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48) In addition, the activation of chicken TRPV1 was proposed to be a consequence of dimerization through the formation of a disulphide bond.
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The tin disulphide is a pigment that is yellowish-brown in color, and is generally used as paint for gilding, RMIT University said in a statement.
Both molybdenum disulphide and graphite have the disadvantage of being dark coloured, particulate materials, which, under prolonged abrasion, can liberate particles of additive from the polymer matrix.
Constructed of solid-cast, high-performance nylon, the material is specially dormulated with finely divided particles of molybdenum disulphide to enhance its load-bearing capability while main taining tine impact resistance inherent to nylon.
Chillies contain the strongly vasodilatory capsaicin; garlic contains the pungent organosulphur compounds allicin and diallyl disulphide that induce inflammation and pain.
The composition of Systemic fungicide Tetra methyl thiuram disulphide crystals are confirmed by comparing the infra-red spectra of the two components.