sodium sulfide


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sodium sulfide

the monosulfide salt of sodium, Na2S, a flammable, highly irritating compound having a variety of industrial uses.
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Sodium sulfide is widely utilized in dehairing process for leather production owing to its relatively higher effectiveness, efficiency and efficaciousness than other alternatives.
For preparation of Cadmium sulfide (CdS) nanoparticles, cadmium chloride (CdCl2 99%, Sigma) and Sodium Sulfide (Na2S 99%, Merck) were used as received.
The patented process begins with spraying a sodium sulfide solution on the carcass hide, which breaks protein bonds within hair fibers and allows their easy removal.
To coat these beads with a suitable layer of sulfide I prepared some crude sodium sulfide by heating washing soda (sodium carbonate decahydrate) in a crucible.
Sodium sulfide standards prepared and added to the assay mixture in the field were used to construct a standard curve.
Since poly(phenylene sulfide) (PPS) was commercialized from the reaction of p-dichlorobenzene and sodium sulfide in N-methylpyrrolidone (NMP) by Philips Petroleum Company (1, 2), PPS began to be used widely as an engineering plastic due to its excellent mechanical, thermal, and chemical resistance properties.
Those considered were ferric chloride, hydrated lime, sodium sulfide, and alum, as well as combinations of these.
The new company, a joint venture between member companies of the Solvay Group and Chemical Products Corporation (CPC), will provide worldwide management of the partners' barium carbonate and strontium carbonate technical grades, sodium sulfide, hydrosulfide and strontium nitrate businesses.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Aqueous Sodium Sulfide
Mixed in water, potassium permanganate and sodium sulfide produced observable layers of varying colors.
Sodium sulfide and ammonium chloride were added through a metering pump.