Definition of sulfide in English:

sulfide

Syllabification: sul·fide
Pronunciation: /ˈsəlfīd
 
/
(chiefly British also sulphide)

noun

Chemistry
A binary compound of sulfur with another element or group.
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  • Most pure metals, when freshly cut to expose a new surface, are lustrous, but most lose this luster quickly by combining with oxygen, carbon dioxide or hydrogen sulfide to form oxides, carbonates or sulfides.
  • DOCs include all compounds of carbon except for its oxides, sulphides and metal carbonates if they are identifiable by chemical name.
  • The technique can identify iron-bearing phases (such as oxides, silicates, sulfides, sulfates, and carbonates), as well as the amount of iron in each phase and the presence of iron in various oxidation states.

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