The parent-compound is diphenylamine in which sulphur replaces hydrogen, and is therefore known as thiodiphenylamine.
It was shown that they are derivatives of diphenylamine containing sulphur as an essential constituent.
Their reactions with diphenylamine allow a certain identification of artificial silks of this class.
Rottweil Smokeless Powder: a gelatined powder containing camphor and diphenylamine.
diphenylamine di·phen·yl·a·mine (dī-fěn'əl-ə-mēn', -ām'ĭn, -fē'nəl-)
A colorless crystalline compound used as a stabilizer for plastics and in the manufacture of dyes, explosives, pesticides, and pharmaceuticals.