sulphoacid
Sulphacid Sulph*ac"id, n. [Sulpho- + acid.] (Chem.) An acid in which, to a greater or less extent, sulphur plays a part analogous to that of oxygen in an oxyacid; thus, thiosulphuric and sulpharsenic acids are sulphacids; -- called also {sulphoacid}. See the Note under {Acid}, n., 2. [1913 Webster]

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  • Sulphacid — Sulph*ac id, n. [Sulpho + acid.] (Chem.) An acid in which, to a greater or less extent, sulphur plays a part analogous to that of oxygen in an oxyacid; thus, thiosulphuric and sulpharsenic acids are sulphacids; called also {sulphoacid}. See the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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