thioaldehyde

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thio- +‎ aldehyde

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thioaldehyde ‎(plural thioaldehydes)

  1. (organic chemistry) any analogue of an aldehyde, of general formula RC(=S)H, in which the oxygen has been replaced by sulfur

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