Definition of Native sulphur
1. Noun. An old name for sulfur.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Native Sulphur
Literary usage of Native sulphur
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1. The Data of Geochemistry by Frank Wigglesworth Clarke (1908)
"native sulphur is a frequent companion of gypsum, and this, too, may be, produced in several ways. It is known as a volcanic sublimate, and is a product of ..."
2. The conservation of energy: Being an Elementary Treatise on Energy and Its Laws by Balfour Stewart (1874)
"The last variety of available energy of position in our list is that implied in native sulphur, native iron, &c. It has been remarked by Professor Tait, ..."
3. The elements of materia medica and therapeutics by Jonathan Pereira (1842)
"Sulphur is procured in two ways; by the purification of native sulphur, ... Purification of native sulphur.—In Sicily, from whence most of this substance is ..."
4. Treatise on General and Industrial Inorganic Chemistry by Ettore Molinari (1912)
"... or mixed with gypsum and earthy matter ; the most abundant natural source (about 80 per cent, of all native sulphur) is in this last condition. ..."
5. Report of the Annual Meeting (1873)
"This large mass of native sulphur is more or less mingled with calcium carbonate, and underlain by gypsum. The circumstances connected with the occurrence ..."
6. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1884)
"DEM Extraction of native sulphur.—The deposits of native sulphur are of two kinds, those of recent volcanic origin and stratified formations, ..."