thionic


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Related to thionic: thionic acid

thi·on·ic

 (thī-ŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, containing, or derived from sulfur.

thionic

(θaɪˈɒnɪk)
adj
(Elements & Compounds) of, relating to, or containing sulphur
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Kraus et al., "Analysis of corrosion defects on oil pipeline surface using scanning electron microscopy and soil thionic and sulfate-reducing bacteria quantification," Procedia Engineering, vol.
The downward shift of v (C=S) band by (18-27) [cm.sup.-1] in the complexes suggested the coordination of sulfur in thionic form.
Distribution of phototrophic thionic bacteria in the anaerobic and micro- aerophilic strata of mangrove ecosystem of Cochin.
Mercury causes depletion of the principal cellular antioxidants, with high affinity for the thionic group (Azevedo, 2003), the functional group of the amino acid, cysteine.
For example, although fluvisols are generally fertile soils, the subunit, thionic fluvisol, is rather infertile.