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- adj. Alternative spelling of sulfuric.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to sulphur.
- adj. Derived from, or containing, sulphur; specifically, designating those compounds in which the element has a higher valence as contrasted with the sulphurous compounds.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to or obtained from sulphur.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or containing sulfur
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The term sulphuric aciili is improperly applied to the strongeU eil of vitriol; this aubstanee, according to the principles a£ tbe French nomenclature, ou; 5ht to be called kydrosulfihurii: add.
What blows me away is that the environment looks so normal; you wouldn't guess that it's around 100 atmospheres pressure, 475°C, and drenched in sulphuric acid.
Best, who coached England to Grand Slam glory and toured with the 1993 Lions in New Zealand, was known as "sulphuric" during his reign because of his acidic comments to players who fell foul of his ire.
This is due to the fact that its base, ammonia, is very volatile, and not capable of being held very firmly by an acid, even by sulphuric, which is among the least volatile of all the common acids.
The next step is to add a strong, biting acid known as sulphuric acid to the test-bottle into which you have just put the milk.
We can no longer call otto of rosemary, or otto of nutmegs, essential oil of rosemary or nutmegs, with any more propriety than we can term sulphuric acid "oil" of vitriol.
Acetaldehyde forms a trimer in the presence of acid catalysts such as sulphuric or phosphoric acid, to make paraldehyde, a pharmacological sedative.
"Mineworkers are getting ill after being exposed to chemicals such as sulphuric acid for many years."
Some ordinary acid dyes will dye deep shades from a dyebath containing acetic acid or vinegar, thus avoiding the need for replacing formic acid with a stronger acid such as sulphuric acid.
Strong acids, such as sulphuric acid and nitric acid, also dissolve it.