Monosulphide
Monosulphide Mon`o*sul"phide, n. [Mono- + sulphide.] (Chem.) A sulphide containing one atom of sulphur, and analogous to a monoxide; -- contrasted with a {polysulphide}; as, galena is a monosulphide. [1913 Webster]

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  • Mon- — Mono Mon o , Mon Mon [Gr. ?.] A prefix signifying one, single, alone; as, monocarp, monopoly; (Chem.) indicating that a compound contains one atom, one radical, or one group of that to the name of which it is united; as, monoxide, monosulphide,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mono- — Mon o , Mon Mon [Gr. ?.] A prefix signifying one, single, alone; as, monocarp, monopoly; (Chem.) indicating that a compound contains one atom, one radical, or one group of that to the name of which it is united; as, monoxide, monosulphide,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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