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sulfide

 [sul´fīd]
any binary compound of sulfur; a compound of sulfur with another element or base.

sul·fide

(sŭl'fīd),
1. A compound of sulfur in which the sulfur has a valence of -2; for example, Na2S, HgS.
2. A thioether (that is, R-S-R', such as lanthionine).
Synonym(s): sulfuret

sulfide

/sul·fide/ (sul´fīd) any binary compound of sulfur; a compound of sulfur with another element or radical or base.

sul·fide

(sŭl'fīd)
A compound of sulfur in which the sulfur has a valence of -2.
Synonym(s): sulphide.

sulfide

any binary compound of sulfur; a compound of sulfur with another element or base.

hydrogen sulfide
see hydrogen sulfide.
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