hydrogen sulphide


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hydrogen sulphide

n
(Elements & Compounds) a colourless poisonous soluble flammable gas with an odour of rotten eggs: used as a reagent in chemical analysis. Formula: H2S. Also called: sulphuretted hydrogen
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Translations

hydrogen sulphide

nacido solfidrico
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