sulfuretted


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sul·fu·ret

 (sŭl′fə-rĕt′, -fyə-)
tr.v. sul·fu·ret·ed, sul·fu·ret·ing, sul·fu·rets or sul·fu·ret·ted or sul·fu·ret·ting
To sulfurize.
n.
A sulfide.

[From New Latin sulfurētum, sulfide : sulf-, sulfur (from Latin sulfur) + -urētum, obsolete chemical suff.]
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Adj.1.sulfuretted - treated or impregnated with sulfur; "sulfuretted hydrogen"
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However, during the burning process, coal generates various types of noxious gas, such as sulfur dioxide, sulfuretted hydrogen, nitric oxide, non- inhalable particle, heat, etc which severely damage the environment.
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After his later discovery of the acidic properties of sulfuretted hydrogen, which again did not contain oxygen, Berthollet became convinced that Lavoisier's acid theory was incorrect.