bismuth subgallate


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bis·muth sub·gal·late

used internally in diarrhea and externally as an astringent and protective dusting powder.
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bismuth subgallate

C7H5BiO6, a bright yellow tasteless, odorless powder. It was first used for treatment of skin diseases. General use is the same as for bismuth subnitrate.
CAS # 99-26-3
See also: bismuth
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EPR results for bismuth subgallate examined at room temperature are presented below.
Free radical concentrations in bismuth subgallate thermally sterilized at temperatures 160[degrees]C (120 minutes), 170[degrees]C (60 minutes), and 180[degrees]C (30 minutes) are compared in Figure 6.
The shape of the EPR spectra of thermally sterilized bismuth subgallate changed with increasing of microwave power used during the detection of lines.
Amplitudes (A) and line widths ([[DELTA]B.sub.pp]) of the EPR spectra of thermally sterilized bismuth subgallate changed with microwave power.
The thermally sterilized bismuth subgallate samples strongly interact with free radicals.
The performed electron paramagnetic resonance studies of thermally sterilized bismuth subgallate pointed out the following.
(a) Free radicals are formed in bismuth subgallate sterilized at 160[degrees]C (120 minutes), 170[degrees]C (60 minutes), and 180[degrees]C (30 minutes).