antimonous hydride, SbH, a colorless, poisonous gas
Origin of stibine; from Classical Latin stibium, antimony ; from Classical Greek stibi, stimi ; from Egyptian sdm + -ine
A colorless flammable poisonous gas, SbH3, having a disagreeable odor and used in the production of semiconductors and sometimes as a fumigant.
Origin of stibineFrom Middle English stibium, antimony, from Latin, variant of stimi, from Greek stibi, stimmi, of Coptic origin; akin to Egyptian s&tlowdot;m.
From stibium + -ine.