If sulphur is heated in a stream of phosphine, hydric sulphide and sulphur phosphide are the products.
It floats on hydric sulphate, which only attacks it at a boiling heat.
Hydrogen sulphide, Dihydric sulphide, hydric sulphide; Hydrosulphuric acid.
hydric persulphide has a great resemblance to hydric peroxide in qualities.
hydric sulphide, SH2, is a colourless transparent gas of sp.
The distillate is saturated with hydric sulphide, and any precipitate separated and examined.
Lastly, Tolmatscheff, by direct experiment, has found its action to resemble closely that of hydric cyanide.
To test for hydric sulphide in air a known quantity may be aspirated through a little solution of lead acetate.
The contents of the stomach were acid, and yielded, on distillation, hydride of benzole and hydric cyanide.
It burns with a blue colour, and is easily decomposed at 24°, splitting up into ethylic alcohol and hydric sulphide.
hydric hy·dric (hī'drĭk)
Of or relating to hydrogen in a chemical grouping, as in a molecule.
Relating or adapted to a wet but not flooded habitat. Cottonwoods, willows, and hemlocks are hydric plants. Compare mesic, xeric.