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H2S detection by lead acetate paper strip

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Published on Apr 20, 2010

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.

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