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hydrogen sulphide


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A colourless, flammable, toxic natural gas that smells like rotten eggs and is emitted during organic decomposition and produced as a by‐product of oil refining and burning. It is also found in North Sea gas and in volcanic emissions.

Subjects: Meteorology and Climatology.


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