Tłumaczenia i przykłady
expand_more Czyli fakt, że borany pachną siarką, znany w 1910 r. poszedł w niepamięć aż do '97-'98r.
Czy pachnie siarką?
Umieszczenie dwutlenku siarki w stratosferze kosztowałoby około miliard dolarów rocznie.
Przykłady użycia - "sulfur" po polsku
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EnglishTo put sulfur dioxide in the stratosphere would cost on the order of a billion dollars a year.
EnglishSo this fact that Boranes smell of sulfur had been known since 1910, and utterly forgotten until 1997, 1998.
EnglishThat's why you're building these pyramids of sulfur blocks.
EnglishThis one came from the sulfur dioxide from Mount Pinatubo in 1991 -- cooled the earth by half a degree.
EnglishIn fact, sulfur-reducing bacteria, as part of their synthesis, they will emit, as a byproduct, nanoparticles into the water.
EnglishYou know, breathing high concentrations here of sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide and methane gas, in unequal quantities -- 19 years of this.
EnglishNow, does it smell of sulfur?
EnglishSo which means that it's really impossible to find an object where you find about 10 times more sulfur than silicon, five times more calcium than oxygen.
EnglishYeah, the sulfur's melting.
EnglishThese are sulfur blocks.
EnglishI went searching for a type of molecule, any molecule, that would have that vibration and that -- the obvious prediction was that it should absolutely smell of sulfur.
English. ~~~ That put a whole bunch of sulfur in the stratosphere with a sort of atomic bomb-like cloud.
EnglishWhether this idea is right or some other idea is right, I think it's almost certain we will eventually think of cleverer things to do than just putting sulfur in.
EnglishBecause as you separate that petroleum from the sand, and use an enormous amount of energy inside that vapor -- steam to separate this stuff -- you also have to separate out the sulfur.
EnglishIt's produced to get sulfur out of gasoline -- which I find is somewhat ironic. ~~~ It's produced in the fertilizer industry; it's produced in the chemical manufacturing industry.