A colorless, spontaneously combustible toxic fuel, PH3, having a fishy smell and used as a doping agent for solid-state components.
some of several organic substances obtaining the construction of an amine but with phosphorus instead of nitrogen.
a toxic gas; hydride of phosphorus, PH3
every alkyl or aryl by-product for this mixture, PR3 (in which one roentgen is not H)
A colorless gas, PH3, analogous to ammonia, and having a disagreeable odor resembling compared to garlic. Known as also hydrogen phosphide, and formerly, phosphureted hydrogen.
Chrysaniline, frequently by means of a salt.
Same as phosphureted hydrogen (which see, under phosphureted).
A coal-tar coloring matter linked to acridine. Its a by-product inside make of magenta, and it is used chiefly for dyeing leather-based a reddish yellow. Also referred to as leather-yellow and Philadelphia yellow G.
a colorless gasoline with a solid fishy smell; utilized as a pesticide