Definition of Sulfid
1. sulfide [n -S] - See also: sulfide
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Literary usage of Sulfid
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The University Geological Survey of Kansas by Erasmus Haworth, Kansas Geological Survey (1902)
"The sulfid Group. sulfid waters, or those .giving off free hydrogen-sulfid gas, are very widely distributed all over the world. ..."
2. Manual of Plant Diseases by Paul Sorauer, Gustav Lindau, Ludwig Reh, Frances Dorrance (1922)
"HYDROGEN sulfid. In consideration of our theory that hydrogen sulfid may be formed in certain heavy kinds of soil after flying ashes have been deposited on ..."
3. Chemistry: An Elementary Text-book by William Conger Morgan, James Alexander Lyman (1911)
"If you had nothing but water, air, sulfur, and iron to work with, how would you prepare hydrogen sulfid in quantities? 4. Write the equation for the ..."
4. Chemische Mineralogie by Reinhard Brauns (1896)
"... sind die, ob in der Vereinigung von schweren Metallen eine Legirung oder isomorphe Mischung vorliege, ob eine Verbindung ein sulfid sei ..."
5. A Laboratory Manual in Chemistry by William Conger Morgan, James Alexander Lyman (1912)
"CAUTION : Hydrogen sulfid is a poisonous gas, the first effects being ... Put 10-20 g. of iron sulfid in the bottle and through the thistle tube add about ..."
6. Colorimetric Analysis by Foster Dee Snell (1921)
"LEAD AS THE sulfid. A small amount of lead in solution on the addition of hydrogen sulfid will not precipitate but produces a brown coloration due to the ..."
7. The Journal of Analytical and Applied Chemistry by Edward Hart (1893)
"CADMIUM CHLORID AS AN ABSORBENT OF HYDROGEN sulfid. ... of a caustic alkali, for the absorption of the hydrogen sulfid from five grams of iron or steel. ..."