SbH3 and compounds derived from it by substituting one, two or three hydrogen atoms by hydrocarbyl groups R3Sb. RSbH2, R2SbH and R3Sb (RH) are called primary, secondary and tertiary stibines, respectively. A specific stibine is preferably named as a substituted stibane. E.g. (CH2=CH)3Sb trivinylstibane.
See: stibanes
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