sodium sulfide


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sodium sulfide

n.
A hygroscopic yellow compound, Na2S, used as a metal ore reagent and in photography, engraving, and printing.
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TSF water is often referred to as reclaim water, and the first treatment step is to remove cadmium, which is accomplished by adding sodium sulfide to a water pipeline while the water is transported to water treatment tanks.
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com)-- Persistence Market Research (PMR) estimates that the global consumption of sodium sulfide is projected to grow at a sluggish CAGR of 2.
South easterly winds, which were prevailing at the time of the fire, helped driving the toxins (carbon dioxide, sodium sulfide and nitrogen dioxide) away from the area.
Zapol, "Protective and detrimental effects of sodium sulfide and hydrogen sulfide in murine ventilator-induced lung injury," Anesthesiology, vol.
In case of CdS nanoparticles prepared via cadmium acetate/ thioacetamide the absorption edge is located at about362 nm while the same prepared from cadmium chloride/ sodium sulfide shows it at 375nm.
The water samples were reacted with sodium sulfide (Na2S) to produce lead II sulfide (PbS) if lead was present in the water.
The team also may choose to apply sodium sulfide solution to the area; a dark reddish brown color appears in the presence of mercury.
Digesting wood pulp with a mixture of sodium sulfide and sodium hydroxide yielded paper that was strong (kraft is German for strong) but still yellowed because of residual lignin.
Next, metering pumps (LMI Solenoid diaphragm type, Cole-Parmer, Vernon Hills, Illinois) injected concentrated aqueous solutions of sodium sulfide ([Na.
In 1997, while working with another colleague, Russell simulated formation of these rock structures by injecting a warm, alkaline solution of sodium sulfide into a cooler, iron-rich solution in the lab.