Definition of Sulphids

1. sulphid [n] - See also: sulphid



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sulphids

sulphene
sulphenes
sulphenic acid
sulphenyl
sulphenylium
sulphenyliums
sulphenyls
sulphhydryl
sulphhydryls
sulphid
sulphide
sulphide of carbon
sulphided
sulphides
sulphidic
sulphids (current term)
sulphilimine
sulphilimines
sulphimide
sulphimides
sulphimine
sulphimines
sulphinamide
sulphinamides
sulphinamidine
sulphinamidines
sulphinate
sulphinates
sulphindigotic acid
sulphine

Literary usage of Sulphids

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A System of Mineralogy: Descriptive Mineralogy, Comprising the Most Recent by James Dwight Dana, George Jarvis Brush (1890)
"In this section of sulphids, etc., the atomic weights of arsenic., antimony and bismuth are taken at half the value given in the table on page xvi, ..."

2. A System of Mineralogy: Descriptive Mineralogy, Comprising the Most Recent by James Dwight Dana, George Jarvis Brush (1868)
"In this section of sulphids, etc., the atomic weights of arsenic, antimony and bismuth are taken at half the value given in the table on page xvi, ..."

3. A System of Mineralogy: Descriptive Mineralogy, Comprising the Most Recent by James Dwight Dana, George Jarvis Brush (1868)
"The atomic weights thus halved ajv, t\..r arsenic 3T5, antimony 61, bismuth 105; that of sulphur being 16. 1. SIMPLE sulphids AND ..."

4. A Manual of Pharmacology and Its Applications to Therapeutics and Toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1917)
"Sulphur itself is inactive, but by contact with proteins and alkalies it is slowly converted into the active sulphids. This process is so gradual that the ..."

5. A Manual of Pharmacology and Its Applications to Therapeutics and Toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1917)
"Sulphur itself is inactive, but by contact with proteins and alkalies it is slowly converted into the active sulphids. This process is so gradual that the ..."

6. A Manual of pharmacology and its applications to therapeutics and toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1917)
"Formation of sulphids. — This is effected on the skin by the cutaneous secretions. So change occurs in the stomach; but a considerable amount (to io per ..."

7. A Treatise on the Assaying of Lead, Copper, Silver, Gold, and Mercury by Theodor Bodemann, Bruno Kerl (1865)
"The quantity of litharge necessary for the complete decomposition of a metallic sul- phid is considerable, and is not the same for the sulphids of the ..."

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