acid sulphate

acid sulphate

Hydrogen sulphate; a salt of sulphuric acid containing HSO4.

ac·id sul·fate

(as'id sŭl'fāt)
Synonym(s): bisulfate, acid sulphate.
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Tulau MJ (1999) Acid sulphate soil management priority areas on the Lower Tweed floodplains.
Hamming AFJ, van den Eelaart ALJ (1993) Soil permeability, interflow and actual acidity in acid sulphate soils, South Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Astrom M (1998a) Mobility of Al, P and alkali and alkaline earth metals in acid sulphate soils in Finland.
The study examined the effects of applying lime from various sources on an acid sulphate soil in Merbok, Malaysia.
Wastes of the plant will later be used for companies producing cement, acid sulphate and mineral fertilizers, which will be built on the basis of this plant.
Establishment of all equipment necessary to carry out the works (including plant required for acid sulphate soil management plan refer emp); 2.
Previous reports on the Bonanza Concession have indicated that the Bonanza has the possibility of hosting a "high sulphidation, acid sulphate type epithermal deposit" as is found by the producing Clavo Rico gold mine located 500 meters south of the Concession.
Investigations of acid sulphate soils of the brackish water experimental fish farm, Rivers State.
Pons LJ (1973) Outline of the genesis, characteristics, classification and improvement of acid sulphate soils.
Lake Albert would become an ephemeral wetland, planted with reeds, samphires and ti-tree, after acid sulphate soils had been treated.