sulfuration


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sul·fu·rate

 (sŭl′fə-rāt′, -fyə-)
tr.v. sul·fu·rat·ed, sul·fu·rat·ing, sul·fu·rates
To treat or combine with sulfur.

sul′fu·ra′tion n.

sulfuration

(ˌsʌlfjʊˈreɪʃən)
n
(Chemistry) the US preferred spelling of sulphuration
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1980), is rapidly converted by sulfuration into thiocyanate (SCN-), with an elimination rate of about 17 [micro]g/kg body weight per minute.
Simple thiophenes [12], 1,3-thiazoles [13], and 1,3,4-thiadiazoles [14] have previously been prepared via sulfuration of the corresponding 1,4- dicarbonyl precursors using reagents such as H2S/HCl, P2S5, and Lawesson's reagent [2,4-bis-(4- methoxyphenyl) 1,3,2,4-dithiadiphosphetane-2,4- disulfide] [15,16,19].
Sulfuration of glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) by [H.
2]) is adjacent to the metal film, smoothing the metallic surface and protecting the metallic thin film from sulfuration or oxidation as well.
In 2013, the Company plans to complete the construction of the 4# converter and its ancillary facilities, anode furnace and disc casting system, series III oxygen station, the cobalt recovery sulfuration reduction electric furnace system and the comprehensive repair workshop, so as to obtain the production capacity of 250,000 tonnes of blister copper per annum.
At least some of the sulfur liberated from SAMe is contributed to the sulfuration of glucosamine and the chondroitin sulfates to produce the building blocks needed for the synthesis of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, the bone matrix, ete.
In some tissues the trans sulfuration pathway diverts homocysteine from the cycle and provides a means for the synthesis of cysteine and its derivatives.