ferrous sulfide


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ferrous sulfide

[′fer·əs ′səl‚fīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
FeS Black crystals, insoluble in water, soluble in acids, melting point 1195°C; used to generate hydrogen sulfide in ceramics manufacture. Also known as iron sulfide.
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1 mg/L exists; and 2) if ferrous sulfide solids were reoxidized to ferric in the return activated sludge re-aeration channel, the disassociated ferric iron would have an affinity for the released sulfide, and the reaction would proceed to steady state.