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1. Allotropes of sulfur : Sulfur(a)
November 12, 2013

Sulfur(a) is one of the Allotropes of sulfur. There are a large number of allotropes of sulfur. In this respect, sulfur is second only to carbon. The most common form found in nature is yellow orthorhombic Sulfur(a), which contains puckered rings of S. Sulfur is a chemical element that is represented with the chemical symbol "S" and the atomic number 16 on the periodic table. Because it is 0.0384% of the Earth's crust, sulfur is the seventeenth most abundant element following strontium. Sulfur also takes on many forms, which include elemental sulfur, organo-sulfur compounds in oil and c... (read more)

Author: liu meimei

2. Intro to Sulfur(a)
November 12, 2013

Sulfur(a) is one of the Allotropes of sulfur. There are a large number of allotropes of sulfur. In this respect, sulfur is second only to carbon. The most common form found in nature is yellow orthorhombic Sulfur(a), which contains puckered rings of S. Sulfur is a chemical element that is represented with the chemical symbol "S" and the atomic number 16 on the periodic table. Because it is 0.0384% of the Earth's crust, sulfur is the seventeenth most abundant element following strontium. Sulfur also takes on many forms, which include elemental sulfur, organo-sulfur compounds in oil and c... (read more)

Author: liu meimei

3. Potential health effects of sodium hydrosulfide
October 22, 2013

Sodium hydrosulfide is the chemical compound with the formula NaHS. This compound is the product of the half neutralization of hydrogen sulfide with sodium hydroxide. Sodium hydrosulfide is a useful reagent for the synthesis of organic and inorganic sulfur compounds, sometimes as a solid reagent, and more often as an aqueous solution.Solid NaHS is colorless and typically smells like H2S due to hydrolysis by atmospheric moisture. Alternatively, in place of Sodium hydrosulfide(CAS NO.:16721-80-5), H2S can be treated with an organic amine to generate an ammonium salt. Solutions of HS- are s... (read more)

Author: king dom

4. Sodium hydrosulfide instead of hydrogen sulfide
October 14, 2013

Sodium hydrosulfide is the chemical compound with the formula NaHS. It is the product of the half neutralization of hydrogen sulfide with sodium hydroxide. Sodium hydrosulfide is a useful reagent for the synthesis of organic and inorganic sulfur compounds, sometimes as a solid reagent, and more often as an aqueous solution. It is colorless and typically smells like H2S due to hydrolysis by atmospheric moisture. In contrast with sodium sulfide, Na2S, which is insoluble in organic solvents, NaHS, being a 1:1 electrolyte, is more soluble. Alternatively, in place of NaHS, H2S can be treated ... (read more)

Author: king dom

5. Iron Ore Crushing Machine
October 12, 2013

Iron ore crushing machine: introduction of the iron ore Iron ore is an important raw material of steel producers, iron ore after crushing, grinding, magnetic separation, flotation, re-election and other procedures select of iron. Iron ore is economies of iron or iron compounds containing mineral aggregates. Common iron ores are magnetite, hematite, limonite, siderite, and other pyrite, blue iron ore. The first four types are usually used to make iron and pyrite is mainly used for production of sulfuric acid and sulfur extraction, with the production of iron , while the blue iron is one o... (read more)

Author: fanny jane

6. Six Highly Nutritious Vegetables
April 23, 2013

By incorporating more fresh vegetables into your diet you will be improving your overall health. Vegetables contain a number of vitamins and minerals that your body needs in order to function correctly. This article lists six highly nutritious vegetables, and it explains what each of their benefits are. Broccoli Broccoli is considered to be one of the most potent cancers fighters thanks to its high levels of sulfur compounds. Sulfur compounds work by telling your genes to increase the production of enzymes, and it is these enzymes that help to detoxify potential cancer compounds. Br... (read more)

Author: Lindsey Lang

7. The Discussion of Di-tert-butyl dicarbonate
March 21, 2013

Di-tert-butyl dicarbonate,an example of hitherto unknown class of compounds,has been prepared only by the present procedure. The corresponding sulfur compound, tert-C4H9SCO2CO2COS-tert-C4H9, also belongs to a new class of compounds and has been prepared by a similar procedure in comparable yields.Both tricarbonates are smoothly converted by basic catalysts into the corresponding dicarbonates (sometimes called pyrocarbonates); kinetic studies and differences in thermal decomposition of both tricarbonates have been reported, as well as other reactions of these materials.The amine-catalyzed dec... (read more)

Author: Jin Chemical

8. Bad Breath Resolution Alternatives That Will Get rid of Halitosis
March 07, 2013

The appearance of this coating is due to bad breath or halitosis. It outcomes from the bacteria that reside below the surface of your tongue and the proteins identified in sources such as mucus and the meals particles that stay in your mouth right after you are finished with a meal. Once the bacteria come in make contact with with the proteins, Volatile Sulfur Compounds (VSCs) are produced. VSCs are what give your breath that rotten egg smell. If your mouth is usually dry, sufficient of these compounds can be developed and rise to the surface of your tongue. Fortunately, there are numerous bad... (read more)

Author: Cyril Shelton

9. Dental Care Tips That Will Improve Your Teeth
February 23, 2013

Sometimes it's very hard for people to avoid having teeth that are in poor condition. There are many bad habits people have that contribute to poor dental hygiene. Reading this article ought to assist you in keeping your teeth healthy.Remember that good smelling breath is a natural byproduct of managing your oral hygiene wisely. When you have healthy, clean teeth, gums and tongue, volatile odor-causing sulfur compounds are prevented. These are a result of broken down food and bacteria.Brush more frequently than two times per day if you consume foods known to damage your enamel. If you consume ... (read more)

Author: Tadej Vind

10. What can prevent having a cold - garlic
January 28, 2013

Garlic is as the most commonly used spices in the daily life, in the ancient Chinese medicine is confirmed the good therapeutic efficacy. Garlic can be effective against the cold caused by the flu. In addition, garlic contains sulfur compounds, which can reduce the chances of genetic lesions, and have some effect in against the cancer. Prevent catching a cold Garlic can help prevent cold, cough, soothe indigestion, loss of appetite and gastrointestinal discomfort and other illnesses, it is particularly suitable for people easy to cold invasion, poor gastrointestinal function or cold physique... (read more)

Author: Harmony Nelson

11. What You Must Learn About SO2 Monitoring
January 25, 2013

SO2 (Sulfur dioxide) chemical compound is formed by a few industrial manufacturing processes and it is naturally manufactured by volcanoes. Because petroleum and coal usually possess sulfur compounds, their burning often produces SO2 unless sulfur compounds are eliminated right before the combustion from the fuel.Further sulfur dioxide oxidation, often in a catalyst presence like NO2, results in the formation of H2SO4, which is the major reason behind acidic rain. Sulfur dioxide emissions are an atmospheric particulates precursor too. Each one of these effects have raised some concerns pertain... (read more)

Author: Wyatt Kofod

12. Solid Advice To Improve Your Dental Health
January 15, 2013

As with many things in life, you only have one chance at having strong, healthy teeth. If you get going in the wrong direction, you may end up with lots of cavities, gum disease and gingivitis. Use these helpful dental care tips.When your oral health is properly maintained, you will enjoy naturally fresh breath. You can rid your mouth of odor causing sulfur compounds by keeping your teeth, gums and tongue clean. These odors come from the breakdown of bacteria and tooth matter inside of your mouth.You should act on your dentist's recommendations for tooth extraction and/or antibiotics right awa... (read more)

Author: Fate Orr

13. All you need to know about Rubber compound on motorcycle tires
January 07, 2013

Tires provide traction between the motorcycle and the road while providing cushion that absorbs shock. Materials used to manufacture modern pneumatic tires include synthetic rubber, natural rubber, fabric and wire, carbon black and other chemical compounds. Rubber used for your tires is a complex blend of up to 200 chemicals, both natural and synthetic rubbers. Carbon black as a filler and a host of other ingredients like sulfur to harden the rubber and anti-oxidants to prevent damage from UV light. Silica is used as a filler to enhance tire grip during wet weather. It also contributes to ... (read more)

Author: Charity Kadzo

14. Glutathione ferment production technology
December 18, 2012

Glutathione, ?-L-glutamyl-L-cysteinyl-glycyl - glycine, a small peptides combined by three amino acids, glutathione plays an important role in vivo. Glutathione is the most abundant cell in small molecule thiols compounds, is an antioxidant to protect the enzymes and other proteins of the sulfur, is a major component of the intracellular non-protein sulfhydryl groups, participate in oxidation-reduction reaction within the cell, is a coenzyme of certain enzymes, and have the activation effect on some sulfhydryl enzyme. More and more clinical science experiments show that, the human body's glut... (read more)

Author: Ma tracy

15. Iron and stone
October 30, 2012

Ordinary rocks become common stone products after fine processing. Stone is made of many kinds of mineral, such as iron minerals. In nature, iron element appear in the form of compounds, and it’s very easy produce chemical reaction with oxygen, sulfur, chlorine etc under high temperature conditions, and can be dissolved in inorganic dilute and concentrated hydrochloric acid . Because the stone contains hematite or pyrite, and the kind of iron minerals can be oxidized easily and rust, cause many stone problems on the surface like discoloration and rust. And then we will illustrate each of in... (read more)

Author: vera liu

16. footwall surrounding rock crusher
September 13, 2012

In earthcrust, through herbal physical chemistry and additionally biochemical action, natural variables or natural substances with fixed element composition and actual and chemical real estate will be formed, that are called minerals. The particular minerals is factor of rocks as well as ores. Besides a few of herbal gold (Au), natural gold (Ag), natural copper (Cu), natural sulfur (S), graphite (C) and then diamond (C) really are natural elements, a majority of minerals are natural and organic compounds. Most of the enzymes are solid and even minority minerals aqueous( such as native mercur... (read more)

Author: xian wang

17. Classification Introduction of the Common Mineral
September 06, 2012

What is a mineral? what are the common minerals? The mineral refers to the nature elements or natural compounds that have fixed chemical composition and physical and chemical properties  after going through the natural physical and chemical effects and biochemical role in the earth's crust, the minerals are part of rock and ore minerals.   in addition to the few native gold (Au), natural silver (Ag), natural copper (Cu), natural sulfur (S), graphite (C), diamond (C) and other natural elements, the vast majority of minerals are natural compounds, such as magnetic iron ore (Fe3O4... (read more)

Author: kara liu

18. Benefits of Garlic
August 22, 2012

Garlic belongs to the same Allium family to which onion and leeks belong. Native to Asia and Mediterranean region, it has been of both culinary and medicinal use since ages. It is mostly known for its pungent flavor, smell and the strong taste it presents to the cuisine. The garlic clove contains various nutrients as water soluble nutrients include vitamins, enzymes, amino acids and natural sugars & oil soluble nutrients includes sulfur compounds originating from an amino acid named alliin which is converted to a pungent compound called allicin which has natural antibiotic properties. So... (read more)

Author: andy da

19. Organic chemistry is simple and easy to learn
July 27, 2012

Organic Chemistry Organic Chemistry is a self-discipline that contains the analysis of the framework, functions, adverse side effects, and preparing (by functions or by other means) of as well as based compounds, hydrocarbons, and their types. These compounds may contain any a lot of different other components, such as hydrogen, nitrogen, fresh air, the halogens as well as phosphorus, silicone and sulfur. 100 % organic compounds are structurally different, and there are lot of different system of organic compounds is remarkable. They kind the groundwork, or are necessary components of ma... (read more)

Author: Eric Taylor

20. Use organic coffee to boosts up your immune system and reduces chances of premature aging
June 25, 2012

Mineral water is described as water having mineral and other dissolved substances such as salt, gases, sulfur compounds that changes the taste and provide wide-array of health benefits. Mineral water benefits are derived from prepared and naturally occurring resources. Currently, over 3000 brands are available in market and are distributed in bottles. You can find out plenty of online companies, offering exclusive selection of spring bottled H2o. You need to just place order online and make the payment via credit card, debit card, MasterCard, PayPal and others. There are lots of benefits of h... (read more)

Author: Lyla Write

21. Cooking Good Food Made Easy With These Basic Tips
May 11, 2012

Dont overcook cruciferous vegetables like cabbage, broccoli, and brussel sprouts. While lightly steamed cabbage that still retains its crunch is delicious, particularly in dishes like coleslaw, and lightly steamed broccoli is great in salads, when either are overcooked, they liberate stinky sulfur compounds and lose a lot of nutritive value and texture. To keep your cakes from falling flat, mix dense batters by hand with a wooden spoon. Electric mixers beat too much air into the batter, causing the cakes to fall when they are baked. Meanwhile, by using a wooden spoon to gently mix thick b... (read more)

Author: paul steele

22. Different Methods of Pest Control and How They are Being Used
May 05, 2012

The subject of pest control has a long history. Rig Veda that is over 4000 years old mentions about the use of poisonous plants to kill pests. In addition, there is historical evidence to say that the Sumerians have used compounds that contained sulfur in order to kill pets 4500 years ago. In short, the use of agents against pests is as old as agriculture is. There are occasions where human activity is responsible for animals and birds to become pests. Incidence of such problems could be controlled by making modifications to human activities. Often animals in the wild are fed by humans and l... (read more)

Author: Nic Kounsar

23. Ubiquitous element in mother nature
May 03, 2012

In nature sulfur is a ubiquitous nonmetallic element that has a strong affinity for other elements. It exists in many forms, e.g. as native sulfur, hydrogen sulfide, metallic sulfide and sulfate, and forms various types of sulfur deposit. The principal industrial minerals and compounds of sulfur include native sulfur, pyrite, marcasite, pyrrhotite, hydrogen sulfide and nonferrous metal sulfides. Sulfur is a basic chemical material. Sulfur-bearing ore is mainly used in the manufacture of sulfuric acid and powdered sulfur. More than 80% of sulfur-bearing ore in China is used in sulfuric acid pro... (read more)

Author: liu lliu

24. Long-lasting Trim & Trim Grind Wc
November 01, 2011

There are a good number of liquid solutions to cater different needs of vivid industries are available in the market. Trim is a most preferred and admirable liquid solutions that offers the quality and reliable performance at very competitive prices. Trim Grind Wc is an important kind of trim used to fulfill some specific needs of the customers. Trim is a highly appreciated fluid solution that extensively used in vivid industries. Basically, it is a chemical emulsion, wounding and grinding liquid that is a versatile verified performer in machining most ferrous and nonferrous material. The... (read more)

Author: indiamart mcf

25. Pest Control: Its History, Value, and Types
October 11, 2011

The history of pest control dates back to early agriculture, when crops are kept free from weeds and other pests to maximize food production. Sumerians introduced chemical pesticides, using sulfur compounds 4,500 years ago. The ancient Chinese and Egyptians also used chemical pesticides to protect their crops. In the eighteenth and nineteenth century, improved pest control measures were introduced. Pest control is just as important in homes today as it was in agriculture in ancient times. It maintains the home and safeguards people’s health. Rats, mosquitoes, cockroaches, and flies are pe... (read more)

Author: Findewaa Gustavo

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