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Carbon disulfide is made in large amounts by heating carbon (charcoal) and sulfur. Brick lined retorts or electric furnaces are used.
W. Büchner, R. Schliebs, G. Winter, K.H. Büchel, Industrial Inorganic Chemistry, VCH, 1989
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