A chemical compound derived from hydrogen sulfide by replacement of one of the hydrogen atoms with a basic radical or base.(noun)
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Use "hydrosulfide" in a sentence
"Besides hydrogen and helium, sensors show: methane, ammonia, ammonium hydrosulfide, condensed water vapor, and a bunch of other hydrocarbons."
"They include a long exposure to sodium hydrosulfide (NaHS) and a short exposure to sodium hydroxide (NaOH)."
"County Prosecutor's Office, claims the company used sodium hydrosulfide to speed the treatment process."