dimethyl sulfide

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dimethyl sulfide

[‚dī′meth·əl ′səl‚fīd]
(organic chemistry)
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Vernet, 1999: Modelling the production of dimethylsulphide during the vernal bloom in the Barents Sea.
Wright, 2010: Dimethylsulphide and dimethylsulphoniopropionate in the south-west Indian Ocean sector of East Antarctica from 30[degrees] to 80[degrees]E during BROKE-West.
Andreae, 1993: Ecophysiology of ice algae (Antarctica): Dimethylsulphoniopropionate content and release of dimethylsulphide during ice melt.
Dimethylsulphide, a VOC found in the past in 100 % and 80 % of T.
Among the VOCs detected in this study, dimethylsulphide was found only in one of the examined ascomata whereas it had been detected by Mauriello et al.
Factors controlling emission of dimethylsulphide from salt marshes.
Borane dimethylsulphide (10M solution), 5ml (50 m mol) was taken in a 200ml round-bottom flask, provided with a rubber stoppred side arm and fitted with a condenser connected to a mercury bubbler.
Dr Graham Jones of Southern Cross University in Lismore has shown that the algae present in healthy reefs produce a volatile substance called dimethylsulphide (DMS), which oxidises in the atmosphere to produce what are known as cloud condensation nuclei.