Disulfide vs. Disulphide: What's the Difference?
Disulfide and Disulphide Definitions
A divalent chemical group consisting of two sulfur atoms, or a compound in which it is combined with other elements or groups. Also called bisulfide.
Alternative spelling of disulfide
(organic chemistry) A functional group with two sulfur atoms bonded to one another, described by the following formula: R–S–S–R'.
A binary compound of sulphur containing two atoms of sulphur in each molecule; - formerly called disulphuret. Cf. Bisulphide.
(inorganic chemistry) The anion −S–S−.
(inorganic chemistry) A binary compound of sulfur and another element in the ratio 2:1 (formula XS2).