sulfurization

sul·fur·ize

 (sŭl′fə-rīz′, -fyə-)
tr.v. sul·fur·ized, sul·fur·iz·ing, sul·fur·iz·es
1. To treat or impregnate with sulfur; sulfuret.
2. To bleach or fumigate with sulfur or sulfur dioxide.

sul′fur·i·za′tion (-fər-ĭ-zā′shən, -fyər-) n.

sulfurization

(ˌsʌlfjʊraɪˈzeɪʃən)
n
(Chemistry) the US preferred spelling of sulphurization
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Enhanced mercury adsorption capacity by sulfurization of activated carbon with SO2 in a bubbling fluidized bed reactor.
The styles of preservation include exceptional preservation of soft tissues (as carbon films, calcium phosphate, and early diagenetic sulfurization, a process that affects soft tissue discussed by McNamara et al.
Scott said that the study also substantiated that several reactions can take place at the mold-metal interface, including: surface oxidation with consequent burn-on or penetration; carburization/decarburization, including removal of both graphite and carbon from austentite that otherwise would produce pearlite; and sulfurization and phosphorization of the casting surface when these elements were present in the binder.
In addition, sulfurization may occur in the main polymer chain, causing poor resistance to cut growth and fatigue.
The vulcanization systems produce vulcanizates in which a high portion of the crosslinks are monosulfidic and disulfidic with minimal modification of the main chain by sulfurization.
8) report no detectable sulfurization of the polymer until a time very close to the onset of crosslinking, [t.