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- n. A compound of bivalent sulfur with an electropositive element or group, especially a binary compound of sulfur with a metal.
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- n. Any compound of sulfur and a metal or other electropositive element or group.
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- n. a compound of sulphur and some other element that is more electropositive
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She was even taught how to brush the mixture of alcohol and zinc sulfide from the small rectangle glasses used for scintillation counting.
In the case of radium, I want to know who had the skills to prepare radium sources, brush the mixture of alcohol and zinc sulfide from the small rectangular glasses used for scintillation counting, read the photographic plates of emulsions, set up apparatus for experimental work, analyze radium samples, define radium doses for medical use, and perform experiments.
Hydrogen sulfide is the chemical that gives farts their awful smell.
Mostly allyl methyl sulfide, which is a volatile sulfur compound VSC.
Selsun Blue, with menthol and 1% selenium sulfide, which is a common dandruff medication
Natural sources of sulfur dioxide are volcanoes and algae-producing di-methyl sulfide, which is converted to sulfur dioxide in the ambient atmosphere.
Seaweeds also share the aroma of dimethyl sulfide, which is found in cooked milk, corn, and shellfish as well as in seacoast air.
Chuck Oakes said, "What he calls sulfide I call sewer water.
Adding acid will only increase the production of hydrogen sulfide, which is of no use at all.
The most common type of impurity found in glass is nickel sulfide, which is responsible for about 90 per cent of impurity-related fractures, Perovic said.