Definition of Stibine

1. n. Antimony hydride, or hydrogen antimonide, a colorless gas produced by the action of nascent hydrogen on antimony. It has a characteristic odor and burns with a characteristic greenish flame. Formerly called also antimoniureted hydrogen.



Definition of Stibine

1. Noun. (minerology) Stibnite. ¹

2. Noun. (chemistry) Antimony hydride, SbH3; a poisonous gas, sometimes used as a fumigant; any organic derivative of this compound ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Stibine

1. a poisonous gas [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stibine

stibanylidene
stibanylidenes
stibarsen
stibatian
stibble
stibbler
stibblers
stibbles
stibborn
stibial
stibialism
stibian
stibiated
stibic
stibiconite
stibine (current term)
stibines
stibinidene
stibinidenes
stibio-
stibiobetafite
stibiocolumbite
stibiocolusite
stibiomicrolite
stibiopalladinite
stibiopalladinites
stibiotantalite
stibious
stibium
stibiums

Literary usage of Stibine

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1. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1908)
"selenium, showing that in this case abo a secondary reaction occurred between the liberated hydrogen selenide and the stibine ..."

2. Gas Analysis by Louis Munroe Dennis (1913)
"The test does not serve to detect arsine in the presence of stibine, phosphine, ... stibine is a colorless gas of less pronounced odor than arsine. ..."

3. Gas Analysis by Louis Munroe Dennis (1913)
"The test does not serve to detect arsine in the presence of stibine, phosphine, ... stibine is a colorless gas of less pronounced odor than arsine. ..."

4. Inorganic Chemistry by Ira Remsen (1889)
"There are a number of alloys which contain antimony which will be referred to under the other constituents. stibine, SbH,.-—This analogue of ammonia, ..."

5. Inorganic Chemistry by Ira Remsen (1890)
"stibine, SbH,.—This analogue of ammonia, phosphine, and arsine is more ... stibine is a colorless, inodorous gas, which burns with a greenish-white flame. ..."

6. The Principles of Inorganic Chemistry by Wilhelm Ostwald (1904)
"Compound of Antimony with Hydrogen — stibine, SbH3. — Antimony forms with hydrogen the compound ... NH3 ammonia PH3 ... . phosphine AsH3 arsine SbH3 stibine ..."

7. Modern Inorganic Chemistry by Joseph William Mellor (1912)
"Arsine is, and stibine is not, produced by the action of hydrogen generated ... When arsine or stibine is prepared by the action of nascent hydrogen upon an ..."

8. Inorganic chemistry by Ira Remsen (1889)
"When a cold object, as a piece of porcelain, is held for a moment in a flame of stibine a dark deposit is formed which resembles that formed with arsine. ..."

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