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Hydrogen sulfide is so toxic that evolution has trained us to recognize the tiniest, safest traces of it, which is why our noses are so exquisitely skilled at registering flatulence.
Especially in extreme heat, the lake sends high concentrations of hydrogen sulfide into the air.
Concentrations of water vapor, hydrogen sulfide and silicon particles in the gas must be reduced before the fuel is burned at Jones Island.
A veteran of tours aboard the amphibious warships Belleau Wood, Essex and Somerset, Afloat Training Group San Diego’s Lopez recalled a sewage system leak that spewed deadly hydrogen sulfide into a machinery room.
The smell is coming from the Salton Sea, where elevated levels of hydrogen sulfide have developed.
Hydrogen sulfide is a flammable, hazardous gas, and a byproduct of rainwater percolating with gypsum drywall disposed at the dump, said Jim Riffle of Auburn Environmental.
Low levels of hydrogen sulfide can cause irritation to eyes, nose, throat, or the respiratory system.
The vast but as-yet untapped reserves of copper, nickel and precious metals under northeastern Minnesota are locked up in sulfide-bearing minerals that can leach sulfuric acid and other pollutants when exposed to air and water.
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