trisulphide


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trisulphide

or

trisulfide

n
(Elements & Compounds) any sulphide containing three sulphur atoms per molecule
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In present process, ferric chloride reacts with antimony trisulphide to produce an antimony trichloride.
This antimicrobial capability increased with the number of sulphur atoms, making diallyl trisulphide the most effective.
Mandal, "Studies on new chemically deposited photoconducting antimony trisulphide thin films," Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, vol.
Methanethiol is easily oxidized to dimethyl disulphide and dimethyl trisulphide (77).
[7] have investigated the development of aluminum based hybrid metal matrix composites for heavy duty applications and investigated the dry sliding wear behaviour of aluminum alloy based composites, reinforced with silicon carbide particles and solid lubricants such as graphite/antimony trisulphide. The results revealed that wear rate of hybrid composites is lower than the binary composite.
Several of the afore mentioned materials such as antimony trisulphide, copper, lead, iron, tin, hexavalent chromium, cadmium, potassium titanate, and barite could have potentially negative environmental impact and are often discussed in several research works [14].