sulphuret


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sulphuret

(ˈsʌlfjʊˌrɛt)
vb, -rets, -retting or -retted, -rets, -reting or -reted
(Chemistry) (tr) to treat or combine with sulphur
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sulphuret


Past participle: sulphuretted
Gerund: sulphuretting

Imperative
sulphuret
sulphuret
Present
I sulphuret
you sulphuret
he/she/it sulphurets
we sulphuret
you sulphuret
they sulphuret
Preterite
I sulphuretted
you sulphuretted
he/she/it sulphuretted
we sulphuretted
you sulphuretted
they sulphuretted
Present Continuous
I am sulphuretting
you are sulphuretting
he/she/it is sulphuretting
we are sulphuretting
you are sulphuretting
they are sulphuretting
Present Perfect
I have sulphuretted
you have sulphuretted
he/she/it has sulphuretted
we have sulphuretted
you have sulphuretted
they have sulphuretted
Past Continuous
I was sulphuretting
you were sulphuretting
he/she/it was sulphuretting
we were sulphuretting
you were sulphuretting
they were sulphuretting
Past Perfect
I had sulphuretted
you had sulphuretted
he/she/it had sulphuretted
we had sulphuretted
you had sulphuretted
they had sulphuretted
Future
I will sulphuret
you will sulphuret
he/she/it will sulphuret
we will sulphuret
you will sulphuret
they will sulphuret
Future Perfect
I will have sulphuretted
you will have sulphuretted
he/she/it will have sulphuretted
we will have sulphuretted
you will have sulphuretted
they will have sulphuretted
Future Continuous
I will be sulphuretting
you will be sulphuretting
he/she/it will be sulphuretting
we will be sulphuretting
you will be sulphuretting
they will be sulphuretting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been sulphuretting
you have been sulphuretting
he/she/it has been sulphuretting
we have been sulphuretting
you have been sulphuretting
they have been sulphuretting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been sulphuretting
you will have been sulphuretting
he/she/it will have been sulphuretting
we will have been sulphuretting
you will have been sulphuretting
they will have been sulphuretting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been sulphuretting
you had been sulphuretting
he/she/it had been sulphuretting
we had been sulphuretting
you had been sulphuretting
they had been sulphuretting
Conditional
I would sulphuret
you would sulphuret
he/she/it would sulphuret
we would sulphuret
you would sulphuret
they would sulphuret
Past Conditional
I would have sulphuretted
you would have sulphuretted
he/she/it would have sulphuretted
we would have sulphuretted
you would have sulphuretted
they would have sulphuretted
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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Rich deposits of sulphuret of antimony, an easily worked ore from which antimony is readily isolated, were first found in Sarawak in 1842.
Centuries ago merchants added burnt peas, beans and chicory to what was sold as coffee, and painted sweets with toxic substances like red oxide of lead, red sulphuret of mercury, or lead chromate to give them appealing, bright colors.
This previously little known country, was brought into notice in 1842, by the accidental discovery within it of the richest, the most easily worked, and the most easily transported supply of sulphuret of antimony in the world, and which has ever furnished Europe and America with their principal supply.
He remarked that it was the only locality in the United States at which could be found crystals of "white augite [diopside] in nearly rectangular prisms." He also noted that "the limestone of Kingsbridge embraces pyroxene, tremolite, mica, fetid quartz, oxide of titanium, adularia, tourmaline and sulphuret of iron." Samuel Robinson, M.D., in his A Catalogue of American Minerals With Their Localities (1825), devoted a full page to Kingsbridge minerals, and in 1842, Lewis Caleb Beck, M.D.
The galena showed "the presence of silver to the extent of 7 per cent," and the copper ore was described as "green carbonate of copper, sulphuret, and grey copper; fine copper, 21.3 per cent."
CXVI in which the author thanks "Professor Herrmann" for a drawing of (or, possibly, for the crystal itself) a specimen of"sulphuret of antimony" (= stibnite) illustrated as part of the plate.
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