sulfureted hydrogen


sulfureted hydrogen
[1795-1805]

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  • sulphuretted hydrogen — [ˌsʌlfjʊ rɛtɪd] (US sulfureted) noun Chemistry archaic term for hydrogen sulphide …   English new terms dictionary

  • sulfur — /sul feuhr/, n. 1. Also, esp. Brit., sulphur. Chem. a nonmetallic element that exists in several forms, the ordinary one being a yellow rhombic crystalline solid, and that burns with a blue flame and a suffocating odor: used esp. in making… …   Universalium

  • -ide — 1. Suffix denoting the more electronegative element in a binary chemical compound; formerly denoted by the qualification ureted; e.g., hydrogen sulfide was sulfureted hydrogen. 2. Suffix (in a sugar name) indicating substitution for t …   Medical dictionary

  • pseudomelanosis — A dark greenish or blackish postmortem discoloration of the surface of the abdominal viscera, resulting from the action of sulfureted hydrogen upon the iron of disintegrated hemoglobin. [pseudo + G. melas, black] * * * pseu·do·mel·a·no·sis… …   Medical dictionary

  • hepatisation — (Brit.) n. impregnation with sulfureted hydrogen gas; (Medicine) consolidation into a substance which resembles liver (also hepatization) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • hepatisations — hepatisation (Brit.) n. impregnation with sulfureted hydrogen gas; (Medicine) consolidation into a substance which resembles liver (also hepatization) …   English contemporary dictionary


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