bisulfite

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bi·sul·fite

(bī-sŭl'fīt),
A salt or ion of HSO3-.

bi·sul·fite

(bī-sŭl'fīt)
A salt or ion of HSO3.
Synonym(s): bisulphite.
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Police investigators suspect a poisonous gas known as hydrogen sulfite leaked out when engineers at the plant were conducting an experiment to convert discarded wool into fertilizer.
Police said 100 parts per million of hydrogen sulfite were detected inside the Miyayama plant three hours after the incident, which occurred shortly after 2 p.
Hydrogen sulfite is produced when wool and other materials that contain protein are heated under pressure.
to find high levels of hydrogen sulfite and methane coming from a broken drain pipe in the floor, said Battalion Chief Michael Estrada.
When we arrived, we found 100 parts per million of hydrogen sulfite and 1,100 parts per million of methane,'' said Estrada.