sulfidation

sulfidation

[‚səl·fə′dā·shən]
(chemistry)
The chemical insertion of a sulfur atom into a compound.
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These materials are also resistant to corrosion, sulfidation, and oxidation.
The addition of a Waspalloy material option further establishing its pressure transmitters' use in the processing of heavy oil and high sulfidation.
Using iron aluminas for producing nanostructures and coatings not only provides considerable resistance against oxidation and sulfidation, but also improves erosion resistance.
at the "anfiteatro" is not caused by high sulfidation type fluids as stated by
Only high temperature oxidation properties are covered; discussion of hot corrosion, carburization, nitridation, or sulfidation is excluded.
These are generally equivalent to alkalic-related, high sulfidation, and low sulfidation epithermal preciousmetal systems, respectively.
The coating is designed to prevent corrosion, oxidation, carburization, and sulfidation that commonly occur in gas, liquid, steam, and other hostile environments.
Both mineral districts contain low sulfidation gold-silver epithermal deposits and are currently being explored.
These mechanisms include sulfidation, halogenation, and oxidation.
One is sulfidation, a result of a sulfur salt on the tool.
The 1053-hectare Coyote property contains dozens of individual low sulfidation epithermal silver-gold veins and stockworking.