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Terminology: Dimethyl Sulfide
Dimethyl Sulfide is a type of sulfide (thioether) compound expressed by the chemical formula CH3SCH3.
It is a component of the "smell of ocean” such as seaweed, the unpleasant odor components such as the smell of rotten cabbage, and also one component of bad breath.
Its detection threshold shows 0.003ppm which belongs to the lower class but much greater than the 0.00007ppm of Methyl Mercaptane.