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Ch002 24 GEOCHEMICAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF SEDIMENTARY SULFUR obtained in the pyrolysis of synthetic polysulfide cross-linked polymers (19). Upon further maturation of the sedimentary organic sulfur, hydrogen sulfide also is eliminated along with elemental sulfur. Using the relative abundance of 2,3-dimethylthiophene in pyrolysates of kerogens as a measure of the organic sulfur content, Eglinton et al. found that in natural maturity sequences, and in thermal experiments, this parameter decreased, indicating a decrease in organic sulfur with maturation (47,48).
6 1 1 Total Nitrogen (mmole/g) Figure 4. Plot of solid-phase total carbon versus total nitrogen for a series from the surface to 38 cm depth. Figure 5. Down-core distribution of solid-phase elemental sulfur determined by gas chromatography and electron capture detection. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1995. ch003 3. VAIRAVAMURTHY ET AL. Sediments from the Bay of Concepcion 47 mats covering the sediments of the upwelling region off the coast of Peru and Chile (24-25).
Geochemical Transformations of Sedimentary Sulfur by Murthy A. Vairavamurthy, Martin A.A. Schoonen