hydrogen sulfide


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a sulfide having the unpleasant smell of rotten eggs

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It is possible that the temperature inversion and zero wind velocity suppressed air mixing, leading to an accumulation of lethal concentrations of hydrogen sulfide at ground level as agitation occurred.
Olson, "Biology and therapeutic potential of hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen sulfide-releasing chimeras," Biochemical Pharmacology, vol.
Most hydrogen sulfide health effects studies evaluated high-level occupational or accidental release exposures.
Mikhail Eremets, a high-pressure physicist at the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Mainz, Germany, and colleagues crushed hydrogen sulfide samples between small diamonds at more than 1.
The countdown to serious corrosion and collapse begins at this point since bacteria have the unique ability to convert hydrogen sulfide gas into sulfuric acid ([H.
In this research, a very sensitive and flexible sensor was produced to detect hydrogen sulfide at room temperature.
Lemle's theory claimed that a lack of hydrogen sulfide homeostasis within an organism can also cause many diseases.
The Uinta Basinwas identified as the starting point for operations due to two significant problems in the region's existing wells: persistence of bacteria and a proliferation of hydrogen sulfide in the wells.
Conversely, having a hydrogen sulfide deficiency disrupted bone homeostasis and resulted in a condition similar to osteoporosis--weakened, brittle bones--in experimental mice.
Their findings suggest that doctors could use diallyl trisulfide in many of the situations where researchers have proposed using hydrogen sulfide.
The researchers connected the bulk of colon-cancer hydrogen sulfide production to a protein called CBS, which is produced at much higher levels in colon cancer cells than in non-cancerous tissue.
com)-- OSHA requires Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) training if workers are exposed to any concentrations of H2S that may exceed 10 parts per million.
KUWAIT, Nov 20 (KUNA) -- Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) has controlled a limited gas leak of hydrogen sulfide condensates at Um-Qadir in west Kuwait.
12 by lethal gases including hydrogen sulfide inside a drainage pipe on the company's property.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing that it is reinstating Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting requirements for hydrogen sulfide.