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significance of sulfur for chemistry, geosphere, biosphere, cosmosphere, and technology.
Sulfur: Its Significance for Chemistry, for the Geo-, Bio- and Cosmosphere and Technology focuses on the significance of sulfur for chemistry, geosphere, biosphere, cosmosphere, and technology. Topics covered range from the geochemistry and natural cycle of sulfur to the role of sulfur in "black powder". Organometallic sulfur compounds, thiolates, and the spectroscopic effects of sulfur chemistry are also discussed.
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Sulfur, its significance for chemistry, for the geo-, bio-, and the cosmosphere and technology. Van Gemerden H (1984) Coexistence of organisms competing for the same substrate: an example among the purple sulfur bacteria. Micr Ecol 1:104–119Google Scholar. In: Müller A, Krebs B (eds) Studies in inorganic chemistry, vol 5. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp 383–407Google Scholar. Gerischer H (1949) Über die Auflö von Schwefel in Sulfid- und Polysulfidlösungen. Z Anorg Chem 259:220–224Google Scholar. Van Gemerden H (1984) The sulfide affinity of phototrophic bacteria in relation to the location of elemental sulfur.
During the first half of this century the prime rnethod of production was the process developed by H. Frasch in 1891-4. This involves forcing superheated water into submerged sulfur-bearing strata and then forcing the molten element to the surface by compressed air (see Panel).
Technology and Chemistry with Technological Relevance. Sulfuric Acid - An Important Basic Product in Chemistry. Biodegradation of Sulfur Minerals and its Application for Metal Recovery. 3. Leaching Machanisms. Problems and Recent Development in Production. 2. Acid Manufacture and Reduction of Emissions. 5. Recycling of Spent Acids and By-Products. 4. Factors Influencing Bacterial Leaching Activity. Leaching Techniques. IV. Sulfur in Microbiology, Biochemistry and Medicine.
Nickless (e., Inorganic Sulfur Chemistry, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1968; with Chapters on the following topics: 1. The Sulfur Atom and its Nucleus 2. Orbitals in Sulfur and its Compounds 3. Stereochemistry of Group 16 Compounds 4. Mechanisms of Sulfur Reactions 5. Structural Studies on Sulfur Compounds 6. Analytical Chemistry of Sulfur Compounds 7. Elemental Sulfur 5 8. The Biogeochemical Sulfur Cycle.
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