Organosulfur vs Tetrathiafulvalene - What's the difference?

organosulfur | tetrathiafulvalene |


As an adjective organosulfur

is (chemistry) describing any of a series of derivatives of sulfur that have at least one alkyl or aryl group, especially one containing at least one carbon-sulfur bond.

As a noun tetrathiafulvalene is

an organosulfur compound related to the hydrocarbon fulvalene by replacement of four ch (carbon-hydrogen) groups with sulfur atoms.

organosulfur

English

Alternative forms

*organosulphur

Adjective

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  • (chemistry) Describing any of a series of derivatives of sulfur that have at least one alkyl or aryl group, especially one containing at least one carbon-sulfur bond.
  • See also

    *sulfamic acid *sulfane *sulfatide *sulfenamide *sulfene *sulfenic acid *sulfenyl *sulfenylium *sulfide *sulfilimine *sulfimide *sulfimine *sulfinamide *sulfinamidine *sulfine *sulfinic acid *sulfinic anhydride *sulfinimine *sulfinylamine *sulfolipid *sulfonamide *sulfone *sulfonediimine *sulfonic acid *sulfonic anhydride *sulfonimide *sulfonium *sulfonphthalein *sulfonylamine *sulfoxide *sulfoximide *sulfoximine *sultam *sultim *sultine *sultone

    tetrathiafulvalene

    English

    Noun

    (wikipedia tetrathiafulvalene)
  • An organosulfur compound related to the hydrocarbon fulvalene by replacement of four CH (carbon-hydrogen) groups with sulfur atoms.
  • Synonyms

    * TTF