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A lustrous white crystalline compound, CH4N2S, the sulfur analog of urea, used as a developer in photography and photocopying and in various organic syntheses. Also called thiocarbamide.
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(Elements & Compounds) a white water-soluble crystalline substance with a bitter taste that forms addition compounds with metal ions and is used in photographic fixing, rubber vulcanization, and the manufacture of synthetic resins. Formula: H2NCSNH2
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thi•o•u•re•a(ˌθaɪ oʊ yʊˈri ə, -ˈyʊər i ə)
a colorless, solid substance, CH4N2S, used in photography and inorganic synthesis.
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