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- adj. Alternative spelling of sulfuretted.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Combined or impregnated with sulphur; sulphurized.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having sulphur in combination. Also sulphydric.
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The speaker remarked that the gases, which were the result of putrefaction, were offensive to the smell, and some of them, such as sulphureted hydrogen, when present in undue proportions in the air, would kill persons outright, or when those gases were in smaller proportions in the air breathed by people, there would be a lowered tone of health in the individuals exposed to them.
Here the juice was extracted by a rude press, and put in bottles until it fermented and became worse in odor than sulphureted hydrogen.
A peculiar kind of lichen, which grows on the surface of the soil, becomes detached and floats on the water, giving out a very disagreeable odor, like sulphureted hydrogen, in some of these stagnant waters.
I observed, in this piece of forest, a very strong smell of sulphureted hydrogen.
We found many patches of stagnant water, which, when disturbed by our passing through them, evolved strong effluvia of sulphureted hydrogen.
| Lead is often | Black precipitate with sulphureted
Well, I will state one fact, and leave you to ruminate on it, namely, by Mr. Croll's process we did not seem to produce any sulphureted hydrogen.
The extra yield of salt from a given quantity of acid obtained in the experiments has been proved in practice, as also the absorption of the sulphureted hydrogen.
The precipitated bicarbonate of sodium is removed and washed, and prepared for the market in whatever form is required, the sulphureted hydrogen gas being led to a holder and stored, as before stated.
This is one of the great points in the process, as in order that the sulphureted hydrogen gas obtained shall be concentrated and pure, only pure carbonic acid can be used in liberating it.
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