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sodium hexafluorosilicate (redirected from sodium silicofluoride)
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used (in dilute solutions) as an antiseptic and deodorant, and for fluoridation of drinking water.
so·di·um hex·a·flu·o·ro·sil·i·cate (sōdē-ŭm heksă-flōrō-sili-kăt)
Agent used (in dilute solutions) as an antiseptic and deodorant, and for fluoridation of drinking water.
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But in this case, the use of fluorosilicic acid or sodium silicofluoride
as substitutes for sodium fluoride in water treatment was an untested use of toxic compounds for presumed public health benefits.
2 ppm by the addition of sodium fluoride, hydrofluosilicic acid, or sodium silicofluoride
Sodium fluoride and sodium silicofluoride
are furnished by American Int'l.
Some have hypothesized that community water containing sodium silicofluoride
and hydrofluosilicic acid may increase blood lead (PbB) concentrations in children by leaching of lead from water conduits and by increasing absorption of lead from water.