Home  /  Products  /  Dimethyl trisulfide


Item Index
Purity, % ≥98.5
Moisture, % ≤0.1
Appearance Light yellow liquid

Packing & Storage

Packing 200kg drum or IBC or ISOTANK
Storage 20℃, 2 years.
Shipping Room temperature in China; may vary elsewhere

Free Quote

For samples, pricing, or more information, please call us at 0086 25 51192301 or mail to info@dimethyl-disulfide.net  or fill out the following form.

We will respond to you as soon as possible.

Tel: 0086 25 51192301
E-mail: info@dimethyl-disulfide.net

General Information

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is Dimethyl trisulfide?

A: Dimethyl trisulfide is a volatile sulfide, which is the main aroma component of rapeseed vegetables. Dimethyl trisulfide can be obtained during the aging process of beer. It was reported to be a sample of the fungal cancer responsible for the common stench. An important taste and smell eliciting compound in China, mainly associated with septic and swamp odor. It has been identified by Micromonas as a common odor-producing compound. Adsorption of the algal odorant Dimethyl trisulfide by granular activated carbon has been reported.

Q: The physicial properties of Dimethyl trisulfide?

A: Colorless to pale yellow easy-flowing oily liquid, showing a strong fugitive cold mint smell and a strong spicy aroma, similar to the smell of fresh onions. The boiling point is 165-170°C or 41°C (800Pa). Slightly soluble in water, soluble in ethanol, propylene glycol and oils. Natural products exist in fresh onions and brassicas, etc.

Q: The precautions when handling Dimethyl trisulfide?

  1. Harmful if inhaled and swallowed.
  2. It is irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin. Contact with skin and eyes should be avoided. In case of accidental contact with eyes, you should rinse your eyes immediately and thoroughly with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
  3. It is flammable, it is necessary to keep away from sources of ignition.
  4. Wear appropriate gloves and goggles or mask when handling.

Q: The usage and storage conditions of Dimethyl trisulfide?

A: Dimethyl trisulfide can be used in food flavors such as seasonings, gravies, soups, etc. It is generally harmless to water, but the material cannot be discharged into the surrounding environment without government permission. It should be sealed and stored in a dark and ventilated dry place.