Bubbles of hydrogen sulfide

Bubbles of hydrogen sulfide

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Credit: MARTYN F. CHILLMAID/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Bubbles of hydrogen sulfide in a geothermal mud pit. The streak colour, black, is pyrite formed when iron in the clay combines with the hydrogen sulfide. This mud pit is particularly liquid with very high water level. Reykjanes Iceland.

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Keywords: black, bubbles, chemical, chemical process, chemistry, ferrous sulfide, geothermal, hydrogen, iceland, iron, iron-sulfur world theory, liquid, mud, mud pit, pyrite, reykjanes, sulfide, sulphide, tourist attraction

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