H2s form:Hydrogen sulfide
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A reaction in which the hydrogen ion of an acid and the hydroxyl ion of a base unite to form water, the other ionic product ...
A system of operating a certain oil and condensate reservoir in order to conduct some form of pressure maintenance, repressuring, waterflood, or other cooperative form ...
Absence of hydrogen sulfide, h2s.
Oil containing hydrogen sulfide or another acid gas.
Oil containing little or no sulfur, especially little or no hydrogen sulfide.
A flammable, colorless gaseous compound of hydrogen and sulfur (h2s) , which in small amounts has the odor of rotten eggs. Sometimes found in petroleum, ...
Gas containing an appreciable quantity of hydrogen sulfide and/or mercaptans.
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