thioacid

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thi·o·ac·id

(thī'ō-as'id),
An organic acid in which one or more of the oxygen atoms have been replaced by sulfur atoms; for example, thiosulfuric acid.
Synonym(s): sulfacid, sulfoacid (1)

thi·o·ac·id

(thī'ō-as'id)
An organic acid in which one or more of the oxygen atoms have been replaced by sulfur atoms, e.g., thiosulfuric acid.
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Entre ellas Sulfacid, lei Argentina, Quebracho Fertilizantes, Cloretil, Dow Quimica, Industrias Carfos, Pecom Energia, Pigmentos del Plata y Resinfor Metanol.
Le Sulfacid n'emet presque plus de rejet dans son utilisation et il n'est pas nocif.
Sulfacid SA, the only zinc producer in Argentina, produced the same amount of zinc as in 1989, at 31,000 t, and decreased its internal sales to 18,000 t from 20,000 t.