High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sodium hydrosulfide is
the chemical compound with the formula NaHS. This compound is the
product of the half -neutralization of hydrogen sulfide with a
sodium-derived base. NaHS is a useful reagent for the synthesis of
organic and inorganic sulfur compounds. It is a colorless solid
that typically smells like H2S due to hydrolysis by atmospheric
moisture. In contrast with Na2S, which is insoluble in organic
solvents, NaHS, being a 1:1 electrolyte, is more soluble.
Alternatively, in place of NaHS, H2S can be treated with an organic
amine to generate an ammonium salt. Solutions of SH- are sensitive
to oxygen, converting mainly to polysulfides, indicated by the
appearance of yellow.
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