: a yellow-brown poisonous salt CdS used especially in electronic parts, in photoelectric cells, and in medicine
Examples of cadmium sulfide in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebIn the case of The Scream, yellow cadmium sulfide in the sunset has broken down into two white chemicals, cadmium sulfate and cadmium carbonate.
Theresa Machemer, Smithsonian Magazine, 13 Feb. 2020 Over time, with exposure, the yellow cadmium sulfide has oxidized into two white chemical compounds, cadmium sulfate and cadmium carbonate.
Sophie Haigney, New York Times, 7 Feb. 2020 Evidence now shows radioactive material, not just zinc cadmium sulfide, was part of that spraying, Martino-Taylor said.
Washington Post, 2 Oct. 2017 Her book, published in August, was a follow-up to her 2012 dissertation, which found that the government conducted secret testing of zinc cadmium sulfide in a poor area of St. Louis in the 1950s and 1960s.
Washington Post, 2 Oct. 2017
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