sulphur

[v] - treat with sulphur in order to preserve
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Sulphur

A non metallic, trace element which is essential in plant growth. Atmospheric deposition has been adquate to replenish soil reserves until recently when fossil fuel emmissions have been 'cleaned up'. Sulphur (sulfur) must now be applied to crops in fertilisers.
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Sulphur

Sulphur is a major constututional and children's remedy. It can help a large number of problems. Its use is best left to the Homeopathic practitioner. Sulphur is a natural element that in its raw state looks like yellowish chalk. It is a very deep-acting remedy on any part of the body. It helps to remove poisons and toxins and bring them to the sur...
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Sulphur

Photograph courtesy of MineraliteSulphur is a non-metallic element occurring in several allotropic forms. Symbol S
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Sulphur

Sul'phur noun [ Latin , better sulfur : confer French soufre .] 1. (Chemistry) A nonmetallic element occurring naturally in large quantities, either combined as in the sulphides (as pyrites ) and sulphates (as gypsum ), or native in volcanic regions, in vast b...
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sulphur

<chemical> The correct English Language spelling. In the USA it is spelt sulfur. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Sulphur

• (n.) A nonmetallic element occurring naturally in large quantities, either combined as in the sulphides (as pyrites) and sulphates (as gypsum), or native in volcanic regions, in vast beds mixed with gypsum and various earthy materials, from which it is melted out. Symbol S. Atomic weight 32. The specific gravity of ordinary octohedral sulphu...
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Sulphur

Sulphur, city (1990 pop. 20,125), Calcasieu parish, SW La.; inc. 1914. It is a trade center for an area producing natural gas, oil, and timber as well as sorghum, soybeans, cattle, and crawfish. Industry centers chiefly around petroleum products, chemicals, and related enterprises. Engines, concrete...
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sulphur

sulphur: see sulfur.
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Sulphur

Sulphur (brimstone) is a non-metallic element that occurs either free or in combination with sulphates and sulphides, is a constituent of proteins, exists in several allotropic forms including yellow orthorhombic crystals, resembles oxygen chemically but is less active and more acidic, and is used especially in the chemical and paper industries, in...
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sulphur

Brittle, pale-yellow, non-metallic element, atomic number 16, relative atomic mass 32.064. It occurs in three allotropic forms: two crystalline (called rhombic and monoclinic, following the arrangements of the atoms within the crystals) and one amorphous. It burns in air with a blue flame...
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sulphur

This is an important element in winemaking, with a wide variety of uses, often as part of the compound sulphur dioxide. It is widely used in the vineyard as a prophylactic for Oidium, whereas in the winery it may be used as a disinfectant in between vintages, and may be added to must and finished wines as an antibacterial agent to prevent spoilage....
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Sulphur

It's presence is detectable as a burnt-match smell. Almost all winemakers use sulphur products to some degree as an anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial agent.
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Sulphur

Element that occurs in a nature state or in compounds such as sulphides.
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