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Terminology: Dimethyl disulfide
Dimethyl disulfide is a type of disulfide (-S-S- bond) compound expressed by the chemical formula CH3SSCH3.
It is a strong odor component irritant which is also included in garlic and has been designated as a specific malodorous substances based on the Offensive Odor Control Law.
Its detection threshold shows 0.002 ppm, which senses a low concentration equivalent to Dimethyl sulfide.