The uses of carbon disul‘de in the laboratory are quite diverse, ranging from applications based on its solvating power (it dissolves up to 63 wt% sulfur and 90 wt% phosphorus [2]) to the Chugaev reaction for forming alkenes from alcohols, which avoids double-bond migration or skeletal rearrangement. Its derivatives including trithiocarbonates, xanthates, dithiocarbamates, and thiocarbimides all ‘nd wide application in coordination chemistry, which for CS2, unlike CO2, is quite diverse [6].