hydrosulphide


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hydrosulphide

(ˌhaɪdrəʊˈsʌlfaɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any salt derived from hydrogen sulphide by replacing one of its hydrogen atoms with a metal atom. Technical name: hydrogen sulphide
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A large portion of sulphur is used in the production of its various derivatives such as sodium hydrosulphide, sodium hydrosulphite, sodium sulphide, sodium sulphite, sodium thiosulfate, sulphuric acid, etc.
Hydrosulphide complexing of Au (I) in hydrothermal solutions from 150-400[grados]C and 500-1500 bar.
The main components responsible for the antimicrobial properties of plants are polyphenolic compounds; they exhibit anti-inflammatory activity in vitro and in vivo, and their mechanism of action is the inhibition of enzymes (phospholipase oxygenase), that is, by binding with hydrosulphide groups and inactivating bacterial proteins [20].
Moreover, pro-oxidative effects of dietary Se-compounds are due to the catalysis of hydrosulphide oxidation that inhibits protein biosynthesis (Navarro-Alarcon and Cabrera-Vique, 2008).
Group 2 (Sham+[H.sub.2]S, n=7): Procedures performed for group 1 were performed and then 10 mg/kg sodium hydrosulphide (NAHS) (Sigma-Aldrich) (Lot No: 06396APV) dissolved in distilled water was administrated intraperitoneally.
Tenders are invited for supply of sodium sulphite, caustic soda flakes, sodium dithionite( sodium hydrosulphide), hydrazine hydrate(n2h4), lithium hydroxide monohydrate
Agrawal, "Effect of sodium hydrosulphide after acute compression injury of spinal cord," Brain Research, vol.
(2012) Identification and characterization of a bacterial hydrosulphide ion channel.
Waste disposal can generate negative effects on environment such as: land use, biogas (CH4 and CO2 to which small quantities of hydrogen sulphide, CO, alkyl hydrosulphide, aldehyde, esters etc.), stench, birds, flies, rodent animals, leachate, risk of accidents (explosions, emissions), dust, and noise.
Ondrias, "Electron transfer: a primary step in the reactions of sodium hydrosulphide, an [H.sub.2]S/HS- donor," Free Radical Research, vol.
At the top of the atmosphere is a region of ammonia droplets, below that a deck composed of ammonia hydrosulphide, and the final deck beneath these two is largely composed of water.