stibine

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Related to Antimony trihydride: Antimony Hydride, Antimony trichloride, Hydrogen antimonide

stibine

(stĭb′ēn, ĭn) [ME. fm. L. fm. Gr. stibi, stimmi fm. Egyptian sdm, antinomy]
A poisonous gas formed from the chemical interaction of antimony and acid. It can be used as a agent of chemical warfare.