bisulphate


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bisulphate

An acid sulphate in which half the H+ of the acid is replaced by a positive radical, making the ratio of acid to base twice that of normal sulphates.

bi·sul·fate

(bī-sŭl'fāt)
A salt containing HSO4.
Synonym(s): acid sulfate, bisulphate.
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