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In vineyard agriculture, application of elemental sulfur is a common practice for controlling powdery mildew.
So Nazar and her team looked for something that would trap the sulfur in place.
Three ASTM committees (D02, D03 and D16) develop standards for measuring the physical and chemical properties of petrochemical products, including analysis of sulfur content by GC using sulfur selective detectors.
The most obvious problem encountered with elemental sulfur is with the fouling of nozzles or orifices as well as the build-up on regulator cages and even gas turbine blades.
While an early frost destroyed the canola crop at one site and technical problems related to the delivery of sulfur into the soil impeded progress at another site, one farm in Timiskaming was able to evidence the kind of results Gambles had been looking for.
For years, sulfur and manganese have been known to play significant roles in gray iron chemistry.
In 2003, Bowen spewed more sulfur dioxide and carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than any plant in the United States.
Sulfur is one of the oldest known elements and referred to in antiquity as "biblical brimstone.
Addressing environmental concerns, Qatar Petroleum, as a future leading sulfur producer, pursues the possibility of expanding and developing new markets for this versatile coproduct.
The regulatory momentum for low sulfur gasoline is building worldwide.
Levitt tried giving people activated charcoal--which binds the sulfur .
A recent article in the Mineralogical Record (Pagano, 2002) described how some purportedly natural Sicilian sulfur specimens sold in the 1970's had actually been manufactured, and cannot be readily distinguished from natural specimens on the basis of morphology, associations or chemical analysis.
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