Atomistry » Sulphur » Compounds » Carbon Subsulphide
Atomistry »
  Sulphur »
    Compounds »
      Carbon Subsulphide »

Carbon Subsulphide, C3S2

Carbon Subsulphide, C3S2 is the analogue of the suboxide, C3O2. It is a deep red, tear-exciting liquid, obtained by Lengyl as one of the products when carbon disulphide vapour was submitted to the action of an electric arc. With bromine it forms a yellow solid of composition C3S2Br6. Carbon subsulphide has also been prepared by striking an arc between a carbon cathode and an anode consisting of antimony containing 7 per cent, of carbon, placed beneath the surface of liquid carbon disulphide. The constitutional formula S:C:C:C:S is attributed to this compound.

A sulphide C2S3 is described by Low as a brown, odourless, amorphous substance, only sparingly soluble in carbon disulphide. It is said to be formed during the thermal decomposition of the disulphide.

Last articles

Zn in 7M6U
Zn in 7NNG
Zn in 7NEE
Zn in 7NEU
Zn in 7M3K
Zn in 7KWD
Zn in 7KYH
Zn in 7KNG
Zn in 7KY2
Zn in 7KYF
© Copyright 2008-2020 by atomistry.com
Home   |    Site Map   |    Copyright   |    Contact us   |    Privacy