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Tyhee Development Junior Gold Mining Yellowknife Nicholas Lake Deposit Tyhee CEO Dave Webb presents: Yellowknife Gold Project - Nicholas Lake Deposit. This resource contains 311000 ounces measured and indicated gold, plus 120000 ounces inferred as of March 2009. Granite and granodiorite plutons, plugs and dykes are common throughout the region. A small granodiorite plug is the host for the gold veins of the Main Showing. Auriferous quartz-sulphide veins of the Main Showing occur in shears zones within, and on the southern margin of a 200 to 300 metre diameter granodiorite intrusive. Thir*** veins of variable continuity and grade have been recognized. The main auriferous veins on surface occur along the south border phase of the granodiorite in migmatite or in hornfels. At depth, however, drilling indicates that most of the veins occur well within the granodiorite body itself. The quartz-sulphide veins are mostly vertical but can dip to 80º in either direction. Sulphides comprise roughly 6% of the veins and include arsenopyrite, pyrite, pyrrhotite, sphalerite, galena and minor chalcopyrite in decreasing order of abundance. Gold occurs as grains about 5 to 30 µ m in size and is closely associated with fractures and open space fillings in sulphides or alone within quartz.
Dörzselegy teszt(striker igniter test,potassium chlorate+antimony sulphide)
Laser Tripwire circuit / photoresistor tutorial Afroman takes a cadmium sulphide photoresistor and uses it to build a laser tripwire circuit that can trigger pretty much anything. Don't forget to vote 5 and watch Afroman's Transistor tutorial if you need more info on how to switch different gadgets on and off.
Laboratory preparation of Hydrogen sulphide This animation explains about the laboratory preparation of hydrogen sulphide.
How Lead in Kohl Cures Eye diseases You can make it at home or click here to buy it Lead Sulphide cannot be absorbed by the body or skin or by weak acid unlike lead carbonate and lead acetate . For more information please click here www.pjps.pk duketox.mc.duke.edu/ore6.doc (copy this into the address field ) www.upmc.fr www.pjps.pk (Arab Kohl vs Surma) (uploaded via )
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Safety for Oil and Gas Hydrogen sulfide gas is a common hazard in the oil and gas industry. Upon completion of this learning event, employees will demonstrate knowledge of the sources of hydrogen sulfide, its physical and chemical properties and effects on the body, hydrogen sulfide exposure controls and exposure response.
Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) Hot Tap Welding on a live line can be kind of stressful to say the least! We had an evacuation plan in effect should we burn through the pipe and gas was released. Fortunately everything went as it should! H2S is one of the most lethal gasses known to man and should you encounter it even in low concentrations it can kill within seconds. The British used it as a chemical weapon during WW1.
Shannon Ridge - Sulphide Glacier, Mt. Shuksan 8/11-12/2010 Shannon Ridge - Sulphide Glacier Mt. Shuksan WA. 8/11-12/2010
Campsite on Sulphide Glacier, Northern Cascades One of the most scenic snow campsites you could ever hope so on the Sulphide Glacier. We summited Mount Shuksan (shown in video) the next day, July 16, 2009, and the scenery got even better.
Hydrogen Sulfide H2S Hydrogen sulfide (or hydrogen sulphide) is the chemical compound with the formula H2S. It is a colorless, very poisonous, flammable gas with the characteristic foul odor of rotten eggs. It often results from the bacterial breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen, such as in swamps and sewers (anaerobic digestion). It also occurs in volcanic gases, natural gas, and some well waters. The human body produces small amounts of H2S and uses it as a signaling molecule.
A Few Sulphide Minerals Several examples of the sulphide minerals, often found in exhalative deposits.
Sulhuric Dioxide Hydrogen Sulphide And Sulphuric Acid Check us out at Sulfur dioxide (also sulphur dioxide) is the chemical compound with the formula SO2. It is produced by volcanoes and in various industrial processes. Since coal and petroleum often contain sulfur compounds, their combustion generates sulfur dioxide. Further oxidation of SO2, usually in the presence of a catalyst such as NO2, forms H2SO4, and thus acid rain. Sulfur dioxide emissions are also a precursor to particulates in the atmosphere. Both of these impacts are cause for concern over the environmental impact of these fuels. Hydrogen sulphide is the chemical compound with the formula H2S. It is a colorless, very poisonous, flammable gas with the characteristic foul odor of rotten eggs. It often results from the bacterial breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen, such as in swamps and sewers (anaerobic digestion). It also occurs in volcanic gases, natural gas, and some well waters. The body produces small amounts of H2S and uses it as a signaling molecule Sulfuric acid (sulphuric acid in British English) is a strong mineral acid with the molecular formula H2SO4. It is soluble in water at all concentrations. Sulfuric acid has many applications, and is one of the top products of the chemical industry. World production in 2001 was 165 million tonnes, with an approximate value of US$8 billion. Principal uses include lead-acid batteries for cars and other vehicles, ore processing, fertilizer manufacturing, oil refining, wastewater ...
Hydrogen Sulphide A few facts about this gas.
Sudbury Basin- Lesson 22 - Part 6 of 9 Sudbury Basin- Lesson 22 - Part 6 of 9 •Description of the Murray Mine -- Sudbury area •Copper ore and sulphide description •Thin section •Pyrrhotite, Chalcopyrite (copper) and Pentlandite (main source of nickeL) •Ionic bonding -- sulphide lattices
Some sulphide minerals
Rare declassified Valetta Aircraft Spraying The Biological Warfare Simulant - Zinc Cadmium sulphide This declassified Porton Down film, which is Crown Copyright, shows a Valetta aircraft making a number of passes in front of the camera - all the time spraying the Biological Warfare simulant - Zinc Cadmium sulphide. These particular experiments were conducted during March 1958, and were conducted to determine the characteristics of an aircraft mounted Zinc Cadmium sulphide dispenser. The resulting information was then used in Porton Down's later public area BW experiments, some of which (the Large Area Coverage or LAC) contaminated vast swathes of the UK. A BW simulant is a supposedly harmless substance which mimics the physical properties of a real BW agent, in this case, size (between 1-5 microns). BW simulants are used in BW experiments in which, for safety reasons, a real BW agent could not be used. A similar procedure was adopted for the 1963/64 Norwich Trials. An aircraft, this time a Devon, sprayed the BW simulant Zinc Cadmium sulphide, at a rate of 2-3 lbs per mile, as it flew along a 62 nm track across Norfolk - at a distance of 24 miles upwind of the city of Norwich. When the massive aerosol cloud reached its target area, Porton Down scientists conducted clandestine sampling of the air at a large number of locations, across the city and surrounding countryside. www.nr23.net www.nr23.net
Approaching Crevasse on Sulphide Glacier, North Cascades Our team of 6 on ascent to climb Mt. Shuksan via the Sulphide Glacier route, July 16, 2009.
Barker Minerals Ltd. 2009 Trenching Discovery Video #1 This video is for information purposes only and is not an offer to solicit funds which must only be done under proper regulatory exemptions. New Trenching Discovery Line 53 Area On January 10 2010, the Company reported a new late season 2009 trenching discovery on Line 53N and 22+50W which was an extension across the stratigraphy of the 2008 original Line 53 area trenching and drilling discovery. The new discovery has exposed approximately 75 metres of a highly altered sulphide zone comprised of lenses, pods and blocks of massive sulphide mineralization and further extends the overall width of the Line 53 trenching and drilling mineralized zone. The Line 53N and 22W area is centred on the strongest co-incident multi-element enzyme leach soil anomaly and is near the contact between chargeability highs and resistivity lows, a geophysical pattern which is consistent as a favourable location for the formation of volcanogenic massive sulphide mineralization. A high priority has been given to the L53 trench and drilling discovery area in order to further extend the mineralization in the new trench and also to see it in drill core. The widespread occurrence of footwall-type alteration and mineralization on surface and in drill core affirms the overturned nature of the local stratigraphy, evidenced by results from previous exploration programs. The massive sulphide lenses discovered in the Discovery Trench in 2001 and in the F9 Target trenches in 2007/2009 are considered to exist ...
H2S detection by lead acetate paper strip Hydrogen sulphide is released by some bacteria when they break down sulfur containing amino acids. The H2S gas (colourless) when released by the bacteria growing in peptone water reacts with lead acetate in the filter paper strip forming black lead sulphide.
Antique handmade glass marbles collection part 4, sulphides Sulphide marbles, made around 1850-1900 in Lauscha (Germany).
Hydrogen sulphide 3D model of hydrogen-sulphide
The military chemtrail tests over Norwich in the 1960s A BBC Inside Out special, documenting the spraying of zinc cadmium sulphide on Norwich during the 60s. It's interesting to note the following: 1) Although it was not tested for toxicity by the British Ministry of Defence, zinc cadmium sulphide was already known to be poisonous and carcinogenic at the time, as is admitted in the documentary. There's no way how Porton Down bioweapons experts would not have known that; 2) So, why was cadmium chosen for the tests? Wasn't there any harmless substance these boys could use for their so called bioweapons simulation trials? 3) And, more relevantly, why was cadmium also being used by other governments, in their own tests? After all, that is the excuse given by the British government, to justify their own usage of cadmium; 4) These questions are made even more relevant when taking the more recent chemtrailing into account. The fact is, if you were actually planning to poison a public en masse, for accelerated population reduction in the post-industrial, mass deficit/unemployment age, you would need to take longitudinal testing on the health impacts of your bioweapons. So, you'd conduct hundreds of tests, decades prior to the real operation (and, during those decades, you'd collect data on the health effects of the spraying). Using cadmium, and probably all of the other chemicals that are being used today, such as aluminum or barium.. For news articles on the Norwich tests, go to: FAIR USE NOTICE: This ...
BBC Spotlight Porton Down Spraying of Dorset with Zinc Cadmium sulphide .wmv BBC Spotlight exclusive reveals a Porton Down spray trial which went wrong, contaminating South Dorset with higher levels of a hazardous Cadmium compound than the rest of England and Wales - in fact over 1000 times higher! Porton sprayed large amounts of this BW simulant over populated areas in order to investigate how a BW aerosol might disperse across the UK. Similar Porton Down experiments were conducted in public areas of the UK between the years 1953-64. What makes these experiments especially dangerous is the fact that the Zinc Cadmium sulphide aerosols were formed by particles which were designed to be of a size which would evade the body's natural defences, and penetrate the deepest part of the lungs - the alvioli.
SILVER SULPHIDE DECOMPOSITION OF ROCK Los Mineros de Chile en Vivo! The Miners of Chile Live!
Ultramafic Nickel Ore Flotation - 3.wmv The 'combined treatment', used for fibre disintegration, leaves the ground slurry at a very low pH ~ 2. No collector is available at this low pH to float sulphides effectively. But at low pH, the natural hydrophobicity of sulphides imparted by elemental sulphur and/or metal deficient sulphides can be used successfully. Lower possibility of precipitate formation (hydroxides and sulphates) keeps the sulphide surfaces relatively clean. This concept is utilized in the current practice to separate sulphides (mostly pentlandite and pyrrhotite) from silicates. The video shows froth zone loaded with sulphides in batch flotation of Ultramafic Nickel Ore after grinding and aging. Aging was used to allow some time to form elemental sulphur films on sulphide surfaces. This technique is capable of giving 80% Nickel recovery (average Nickel feed grade 0.7%) with 3-5 times upgrade ratio. While the Magnesium rejection was 85-90% at 80% Nickel recovery.
Hydrogen sulphide and anoxic ground water associated with fish kill, Biggs Ave, Beachmere, QLD Groundwater laden with hydrogen sulphide is being pumped from a council construction site into a coastal lake at beachmere where a large fish kill has taken place. Flow rate was 2 L/sec. Locals say this had been going on for 2 weeks or more. Hydrogen sulphide (rotten egg gas) was present and the lake had become anoxic resunting in deaths of many thousands of fish, including large (3kg) mangrove jacks, milkfish, giant herring, bream, whiting, flathead, mullet, herring and sliver biddy. Video by Dr Ben Diggles, aquatic animal health specialist, director, Digsfish Services .
Sodium Sulphide 2011 goods Rainy Goods
Oxidation-reduction reaction Oxidation-reduction reaction of silver with suphur creating silver sulphide in which silver lost one electron and sulphur gained two electrons.
Antique Sulphide marble, cobalt blue glass with eagle figure inside An amazing 1-3/8" antique handmade sulphide marble with cobalt blue base glass and a highly detailed eagle figure inside. Made around 1850 in Germany.
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Mount Shuksan 2008 Mountaineering in the North Cascades, Washington, USA.
Barker Minerals Ltd. 2009 Trenching Discovery Video #2 This video is for information purposes only and is not an offer to solicit funds which must only be done under proper regulatory exemptions. New Trenching Discovery Line 53 Area On January 10 2010, the Company reported a new late season 2009 trenching discovery on Line 53N and 22+50W which was an extension across the stratigraphy of the 2008 original Line 53 area trenching and drilling discovery. The new discovery has exposed approximately 75 metres of a highly altered sulphide zone comprised of lenses, pods and blocks of massive sulphide mineralization and further extends the overall width of the Line 53 trenching and drilling mineralized zone. The Line 53N and 22W area is centred on the strongest co-incident multi-element enzyme leach soil anomaly and is near the contact between chargeability highs and resistivity lows, a geophysical pattern which is consistent as a favourable location for the formation of volcanogenic massive sulphide mineralization. A high priority has been given to the L53 trench and drilling discovery area in order to further extend the mineralization in the new trench and also to see it in drill core. The widespread occurrence of footwall-type alteration and mineralization on surface and in drill core affirms the overturned nature of the local stratigraphy, evidenced by results from previous exploration programs. The massive sulphide lenses discovered in the Discovery Trench in 2001 and in the F9 Target trenches in 2007/2009 are considered to exist ...
Ultramafic Nickel Ore Flotation - 1 Ultramafics are one of the three major sources of Nickel. The other two are sulphides and laterites. Because of decreasing sulphide ore sources and the cost of treating laterites, increasing attention is directed to the third source, Ultramafic ores. A huge Nickel resource in Ultramafic hosted rocks are available in 'Thompson Nickel Belt' located in north central Manitoba. Similar ore bodies in a considerable amount have also been reported to be existed in Quebec, Western Australia, North Central China and Zimbabwe. The major processing challenge is posed by the serpentine polymorph chrysotile, the dominant part of this ore. Being fibrous in nature, chrysotile creates physical entanglement which in turn reduces selectivity and hinders bubble motion during flotation. In this video you can compare the froth phase of a common sulphide ore to the Ultramafic one. Froth phase seems lack of shiny sulphide particles in case of Ultramafic ore reveals no separation between sulphides and silicates.
Australian Locomotives slideshow,between ***le creek-Sulphide,NSW 1st time using windows moviemaker and putting only some in slideshow,I hope its ok but I relised i made only one mistake at the end in Edit,,The word should have been Strange,,,,Not Strang,,,but hope its still ok for 1st time,Pics taken between 2007 - 2009,,,Songs by AC/DC,"Big Jack" & "Runaway Train"
Hydrogen sulphide The deadly effect of hydrogen sulphide on ocean environments
Climbing Mt. Shuksan, 8-12-2010 Shannon Ridge, Sulphide Glacier, and the Summit Pyramid of Mt. Shuksan 8/11-12/2010
ABN Newswire Australian Market Report of November 26, 2010 Corazon Mining Limited (ASX:CZN) acquires additional exploration projects contiguous with its Lynn Lake Nickel Sulphide Project in Canada. Ground includes several nickel sulphide geophysical targets as well as the Eldon East zinc-copper-silver volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposit. The company is now the largest landholder in the camp, controlling six drill defined zinc-copper VMS deposits in addition to its flagship nickel/copper sulphide assets. Work is currently underway to validate quality of historical work and rank these deposits for on-going exploration. YTC Resources Limited (ASX:YTC) announced further strong copper results from its ongoing drilling programme beneath the historic Nymagee Copper Mine in NSW. High grade results were recorded including 11m at 3.7% Cu and 15.7g/t Ag from 401m and 15m at 1.6% Cu and 7.2g/t Ag from 346m. The drilling beneath the Nymagee Copper Mine has now defined good continuity of high-grade copper mineralisation over 200m of strike. The next stage of drilling will include infilling this zone and defining the mineralisation at depth. Apollo Minerals (ASX:AON) has completed its four-hole reverse circulation drilling programme at the Mount Oscar Magnetite Project in Western Australia. A total of 721 metres were drilled to test a portion of the magnetite-bearing banded iron formation which had not been previously drill-tested. Three of the four holes drilled successfully intersected the banded iron formation with down-hole ...
Black Smoker and Hot Vent Creatures On October 8 2010 we visited the volcanically active seafloor of Endeavour Ridge, a bizarre realm of sulphide towers and venting black smokers. Hydrothermal vents support rich communities of specially adapted tubeworms, scale worms and limpets, which thrive in the 325C effluent.
TRANSLATE IN 20 LANGUAGES = Hydrogen sulphide
Ilya Kuznetsov (ilyaballet) - La Sulphide - Ballet Competition - 96 Ilya Kuznetsov (ilyaballet) - La Sulphide - Ballet Competition - 96 I used to dance and that was my favorite ballet!
Barbrook Au Sulphide Flotation.wmv