ferrous sulfide


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ferrous sulfide

n.
A black to brown sulfide of iron, FeS, used in making hydrogen sulfide and in ceramics.
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It is during this process that ferrous sulfide or 'black water' is formed.
Polyacrylamide polymers (PAMs) with different functional groups exhibited depressing ability for ferrous sulfide minerals such as pyrite [4].
It is known that the common scaling of oil pipeline is calcareous carbonic, calcium sulfate, barium sulfate, strontium sulfate, also including corrosion products (ferrous sulfide, ferrous sulfate) and precipitates which have high solubility, high content under certain conditions [4], which are mainly caused by the following four reasons.
The solid residue of thermal processing contains in this case less sulfide sulfur, and the sulfur originates mainly from pyrite sulfur-formed ferrous sulfide, as it occurs also at thermal processing of dictyonema argillite.