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di•sul•fir•am



Pronunciation: (dī"sul-fēr'um), [key]
n. Pharm.
a cream-colored, water-insoluble solid, C10H20N2S4, used chiefly in the treatment of chronic alcoholism, producing highly unpleasant symptoms when alcohol is taken following its administration. Also called tetraethylthiuram disulfide.

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disulfidedisulfoton
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