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  • sesquisulfide — “+ noun Etymology: sesqui + sulfide : a sulfide that contains three atoms of sulfur in the molecule and that may or may not be analogous to a sesquioxide compare phosphorus sesquisulfide …   Useful english dictionary

  • sesquisulfide — ses·qui·sul·fide (ses″kwe sulґfīd) a sulfide containing three parts of sulfur united with two of another element …   Medical dictionary

  • sesquisulfide — ses·qui·sulfide …   English syllables

  • Phosphorus sesquisulfide — P4S3 …   Wikipedia

  • phosphorus sesquisulfide — /ses kwi sul fuyd/ (not in scientific use) a yellow, crystalline, flammable substance, P4S3, insoluble in cold water and decomposed by hot water: used chiefly in organic synthesis and in the manufacture of matches. [SESQUI + SULFIDE] * * * …   Universalium

  • phosphorus sesquisulfide — noun : a flammable yellow crystalline compound P4S3 used chiefly in the manufacture of matches; tetra phosphorus trisulfide not used systematically * * * /ses kwi sul fuyd/ (not in scientific use) a yellow, crystalline, flammable substance, P4S3 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Match — For other uses, see Match (disambiguation). An igniting match …   Wikipedia

  • Albright and Wilson — was founded in 1856 as a United Kingdom manufacturer of potassium chlorate and white phosphorus for the match industry. For much of its first 100 years of existence, phosphorus derived chemicals formed the majority of its products. It was set up… …   Wikipedia

  • Phosphorus — This article is about the chemical element. For other uses, see Phosphorus (disambiguation). silicon ← phosphorus → sulfur …   Wikipedia

  • match — match1 /mach/, n. 1. a slender piece of wood, cardboard, or other flammable material tipped with a chemical substance that produces fire when rubbed on a rough or chemically prepared surface. 2. a wick, cord, or the like, prepared to burn at an… …   Universalium

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