The Collaborative International Dictionary
Hydrosulphide \Hy`dro*sul"phide\, n. (Chem.) One of a series of compounds, derived from hydrogen sulphide by the replacement of half its hydrogen by a base or basic radical; as, potassium hydrosulphide, KSH. The hydrosulphides are analogous to the hydrates and include the mercaptans.
Sulphydrate \Sul*phy"drate\, n. (Chem.) A compound, analogous to a hydrate, regarded as a salt of sulphydric acid, or as a derivative of hydrogen sulphide in which one half of the hydrogen is replaced by a base (as potassium sulphydrate, KSH), or as a hydrate in which the oxygen has been wholly or partially replaced by sulphur.
KSH or ksh may refer to:
- Kenyan shilling, the currency of Kenya
- Korn shell, a Unix shell developed by David Korn in the early 1980s
- Kölsch language (ISO 639-3 language code), a Ripuarian dialect spoken in Germany
, the Hungarian Central Statistical Office
- Shahid Ashrafi Esfahani Airport (IATA airport code), in Kermanshah, Iran