It is found abundantly in nature as a sulphide, also combined with various metals, and with quartz and limestone.
It looked like gin, and it smelt like a sulphide factory when it got on my clothes.
I grabbed the reins from Paulette, and I thought of skunks, and a sulphide factory,—and dead skunks and rotten sulphide at that.
The remaining 85 per cent is derived from the sulphide group.
It may be the blossom of sulphide of silver or sulphide of lead.
The most important mineral of silver is the sulphide, argentite or "silver glance."
The effects produced are magnificent, especially by the sulphide of calcium and sulphide of zinc.
Long John Butterfield was a well-known character in sulphide.
This sulphide will give tones which are sepia brown with most papers.
Antimony is prepared from the sulphide in a very simple manner.