sulfidation

sulfidation

[‚səl·fə′dā·shən]
(chemistry)
The chemical insertion of a sulfur atom into a compound.
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The current model that Mountain Boy is working with is an intermediate sulfidation type epithermal deposit that is telescoping off a deeper-seated porphyry.
Superior sulfidation resistance for improved reliability in control circuits
The deposits of molten salt on the hot section will result in accelerated oxidation or sulfidation attack on the metals [3].
Hashimoto, "The high temperature sulfidation behavior of Nb-Al-Si coatings sputter-deposited on a stainless steel," Corrosion Science, vol.
All catalysts were thereafter subjected to sulfidation with a stream of a 1:9 (v/v) mixture of [H.sub.2]S/[H.sub.2] gases (5ml/min) at 400[degrees]C.
Herein, a facile chemical solution process has been proposed to synthesize UCNPs@[Zn.sub.0.5][Cd.sub.0.5]S core-shell nanoparticles (CSN), in which UCNPs@AA-Zn(Cd)[[OH].sup.4-] composites are firstly synthesized and subsequently converted to UCNPs@[Zn.sub.0.5][Cd.sub.0.5]S CSN by liquid sulfidation, as shown in Figure 1(a).
Inan, "Sulfidation state of fluids in active and extinct hydrothermal systems: transitions from porphyry to epithermal environments," Society of Economic Geologists Special Publication, vol.
Preparation of NiMo/KIT-6 hydrodesulfurization Catalysts with Tunable Sulfidation and Dispersion Degrees of Active Phase by Addition of Citric Acid as Chelating Agent.
Preparation of MoS2 particles has been performed by different methodologies including the sulfidation of oxides [16, 17], the decomposition of precursors [18], ultrasonic irradiation [19-21], the use of emulsions [22-27], or using Layered Double Hydroxide (LDH) as hard template [28].
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.