sulphuric


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Adj.1.sulphuric - of or relating to or containing sulfur; "sulphuric esters"
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sulphuric

[sʌlˈfjʊərɪk] ADJ sulphuric acidácido m sulfúrico
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sulphuric

, (US) sulfuric
adjSchwefel-
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sulphuric

[sʌlˈfjʊərɪk] adj sulphuric acidacido solforico
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References in classic literature ?
Ten tons of sulphuric acid and ten tons of iron filings, were put on board for the future production of the hydrogen gas.
Does the black fetid mud, abounding with organic matter, yield the sulphur and ultimately the sulphuric acid?
Business Started with Trade Having Authorization of well knows companies from all over the Pakistan for selling Sulphuric Acid in Local and Domestic Market.
Meanwhile, ANF also launched operation against drug mafia across the country and rounded up 16 suspected smugglers besides recovering 1545 kilograms of narcotics and 6,300 litres sulphuric acid from their possession, he mentioned.
RAWALPINDI -- Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) Pakistan has seized 1545 kg narcotics and 6300 liters sulphuric acid worth Rs 1.367 billion in international market, arrested 16 culprits and impounded seven vehicles while conducting 16 counter-narcotic strikes.
The youngster suffered serious burns to his face and arm after sulphuric acid was sprayed at him in a shop as his family were looking for a birthday present.
At an amine recycling plant, a BORGER Rotary Lobe Pump has been introduced to add sulphuric acid to an important neutralising process.
Two people were killed on Monday evening when a truck transporting sulphuric acid crashed and burst into flames on the Eldoret-Webuye road at the Kaburengo interchange.
The Government last week tightened controls over the use of sulphuric acid, with thugs caught with it now facing two years' jail.
Anyone found in possession of sulphuric acid above 15% concentration without a licence from today faces being handed a 24-month jail sentence and unlimited fine.
[USPRwire, Wed Oct 24 2018] Mercury (I) sulphate, also known as dimercury sulphate or mercurous sulphate, is a metallic salt of sulphuric acid.