trisulfide

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trisulfide

 [tri-sul´f€īd]
a sulfur compound containing three atoms of sulfur.

trisulfide

/tri·sul·fide/ (-sul´fīd) a sulfur compound containing three atoms of sulfur to one of the base.

trisulfide

(trī-sŭl′fīd)
A chemical compound containing three sulfur atoms.

trisulfide

a sulfur compound containing three atoms of sulfur.
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