CS? liquid organic compound; it is colorless, foul smelling, flammable, and poisonous. It can be prepared by direct reaction of carbon, e.g., as charcoal, with sulfur. It is a widely used solvent, e.g., for rubber, and is used to treat alkali cellulose in the viscose process.

CARBON DISULPHIDE: "Carbon disulphide is a common solvent for rubber."

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