- n. Plural form of sulfide.
“Fresh Home eliminates odors such as sulfides (rotten eggs), nitrogenous groups like amines and ammonium compounds (fishy or ammonia), and certain aldehydes and fatty acids (sweaty) that are”
“The food particle has been dangling from the man's facial hair for more than an hour while he has mentioned such phrases as "sulfides," "ice caps,”
“There was a sort of oniony, garlicky flavor" to the crush from the vineyards, he said, which he attributed to sulfides in the coal dust.”
“In addition to the hydrocarbons, there are also silicates, nitrates, sulfides, and frozen water.”
“One deposit of copper, iron, zinc, gold, and silver sulfides in the Atlantic is, at 600 feet across and 120 feet high, as big as the old Houston Astrodome.”
“The heat then propels the seawater (now as hot as 750 degrees Fahrenheit and full of dissolved metal sulfides) back up through the crust, where it meets colder water.”
“The shock of the cold makes the metal sulfides crystallize.”
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“The large amount of sulfides released in the atmosphere would have acidified oceans and changed the background chemistry life had adapted to.”
“For one thing, gold is often found in rock that contains a lot of acid-generating sulfides; for another, mining gold produces much more unwanted rock than does mining other minerals.”
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