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Definition of the noun native sulfur
What does native sulfur mean as a name of something?
- an old name for sulfur
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Encyclopedia of Soil Science (2007)
by Ward Chesworth
Elemental sulfur, or 'native sulfur' is derived from the oxidation of hydrogen sulfide, H2S, formed by sulfur-oxidizing bacteria ...
Materials, Processes and Equipment by David F. Tver
Native sulfur (brimstone) occurs in orthorhombic crystals, but is normally granular or massive. Hardness is 1.5–2.5, and specific gravity is 1.9–2.1. The mineral is brittle with an uneven to conchoidal fracture. The melting point of sulfur, about ...
Encyclopedia of Ukraine (2016)
Volume V: St-Z by Danylo Husar Struk
native sulfur (Tovmach), and lignite (near Kolomyia).
by Robert Latimer Bates, Julia A. Jackson
fiasch process A process for mining native sulfur. in which superheated water is forced into the deposits for the purpose of melting the sulfur.
Encyclopedia of the Arctic (2012)
by Mark Nuttall
gold, silver, mercury, and polymetallic ores; native sulfur; and various building materials. Sources of mineral (carbonaceous or nitrous) and thermal ...
by Magdeleine Moureau, Gerald Brace
native rock: roche encaissante ; roche matrice, native silver: argent natif, native sulfur: soufre natif, ...
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