sulfidation

sulfidation

[‚səl·fə′dā·shən]
(chemistry)
The chemical insertion of a sulfur atom into a compound.
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The optimal sulfidation temperature of iron-based sorbents is 450-550 [degrees]C [39].
The deposits of molten salt on the hot section will result in accelerated oxidation or sulfidation attack on the metals [3].
Under the specific conditions, chelating agents can coordinate promoting metals Ni to promote the sulfidation of Mo and retard that of Ni.
This sulfidation corrosion had been documented in the industry literature for two decades.
The gas carries corrosive components like hydrogen sulphide, hydrogen cyanide and water, so there's a high potential for sulfidation, which is a form of very rapid corrosion.
The market is driven by the need for high strength materials that can withstand high temperatures are resistant to corrosion, sulfidation, and oxidation.
Sulfidation of nAg has been shown to be a major process affecting silver precipitation in biological media [22].
The feasibility study will also highlight improvements in technology employed at Volcan, such as the Sulfidation, Acidification, Recycle and Thickening, or SART process.
This article results from the research project Carburation and Sulfidation of Fe-Cr-Mo Alloys in High-Temperature Hydrocarbon Environments.
The addition of a Waspalloy material option further establishing its pressure transmitters' use in the processing of heavy oil and high sulfidation.
Genesis of new HDS catalysts through a careful control of the sulfidation of both Co and Mo atoms: Study of their activation under gas phase.