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.
Ketones, aldehydes, esters, non -H2S Vibrionacaea TMA, H2S Aerobic spoilers NH3, acetic, butyric and propionic acid TMA: Trimethylamine; H2S: Hydrogen sulphide; CH3SH: Methylmercarptan; (CH3)2S: Dimethylsulphide; HX = Hypoxanthine NH3: Ammonia.
Tindale, "Coupling between ocean biota and atmospheric aerosols: dust, dimethylsulphide, or artifact?" Global Biogeochemical Cycles, vol.
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.