ammonium thiosulfate


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ammonium thiosulfate

The chemical in fixing solution that removes unexposed silver bromide crystals from radiographic film during the development process.
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The increased accumulation of Hg, especially for the ammonium thiosulfate treatments, occurred because mercury has a strong affinity with thiol groups, especially complex sulphide and bisulphide [18][27].
conjugatum with application of ammonium thiosulfate was the largest, followed by L.
conjugatum with application of ammonium thiosulfate, while the lowest (58.9 [micro]g/kg) was observed in the shoot of L.
However, on average, application of ammonium thiosulfate or sodium cyanide increased the concentration of Au in the shoot by 106% and 30%, respectively, compared to treatments without application of ligands.