Is hydrogen sulfide a gas?

Answer Hydrogen sulfide is a colorless, highly flammable and explosive gas that smells like rotten eggs. It is produced as organic matter decays or as a by-product of industrial processes such as road pav... Read More »

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Is hydrogen sulfide heavier than air?

Hydrogen sulfide is heavier than air. It weighs 1.4 grams per liter at 25 degrees C while air weighs 1 gram per liter. It can collect in low areas such as ditches and sewers. It is dangerous and sm... Read More »

Is hydrogen sulfide toxic?

Hydrogen sulfide is toxic. Hydrogen sulfide is also flammable. It is a colorless gas that possesses a characteristic rotten egg odor. As the concentration of hydrogen sulfide increases, the odor be... Read More »

What does hydrogen sulfide do in an air compressor?

According to Air Filtration Systems, hydrogen sulfide will raise the acidity level of the air inside an air compressor. This creates a corrosive condensate of both gases which can degrade metal sur... Read More »

What Products Contain Hydrogen Sulfide?

Hydrogen sulfide is often referred to as "sewer gas" because it is often a product of breaking down waste. When it is at a low level it smells like rotten eggs, but at the low level it is not neces... Read More »