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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Jain, "Development and validation of a reversed-phase HPLC method for simultaneous determination of aspirin, atorvastatin calcium and clopidogrel bisulphate in capsules," Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol.
A handful number of different industrial chemicals, such that, alumina, aluminium sulphate, sodium or ammonium alum, sodium sulphate) and sodium bisulphate were prepared from the single IP.
Traditionally, in wastewater purification plants, the dichromate ion is reduced to [Cr.sup.3+], a less toxic species, with the help of a reducing agent, such as sodium bisulphate. [Cr.sup.3+] is then precipitated as chromium hydroxide, by adjusting the pH of the water above 8, with sodium carbonate.
(9,10) Other studies using quinine (11) or quinine bisulphate (12) have been inconsistent in producing a significant reduction in the number or severity of cramps.
Taken were Adalat, Atenalol, Meloxicam, aspirin, Co-Dydramol and Quinine Bisulphate. (all corr)
He got the chemicals, sodium chlorite and sodium bisulphate, mixed up and put them in the wrong containers.
Pool chemistry guidelines Test Recommended level Raise value by adding pH 7.2 to 7.6 Soda ash Total alkalinity 80 to 120 ppm Sodium bicarbonate Chlorine (unstabilized) 0.3 to 1.0 ppm Chlorine Chlorine (stabilized) 1.0 to 3.0 ppm Chlorine Cyanuric acid 40 to 70 ppm Cyanuric acid (chlorine stabilizer) Test Lower value by adding pH Muriatic acid or sodium bisulphate Total alkalinity Muriatic acid Chlorine (unstabilized) Nothing Chlorine (stabilized) Nothing Cyanuric acid Dilute by partially draining and (chlorine stabilizer) refilling untreated pool water Home test kits TYPE TESTS DPD pH; free.
Hahnemann prepared it by distilling a mixture of recently slaked lime and previously burned and melted potassium bisulphate. Thus, it was the product of the crude pharmaceutics of his time.
It is believed 40 gallons of chlorine gas granules were accidentally mixed with sodium bisulphate in the fitness club's pool resulting in the toxic scare.
* Currently sodium bisulphate is permitted for use at maximum levels consistent with good manufacturing practice, as a pH adjusting agent in beer, ale, light beer, malt liquor, porter and stout.
LAVATORY cleaning blocks contain sodium bisulphate which produce sulphuric acid when mixed with water.
Potassium bisulphate, polyvinyl-polypyrrolidine and acacia gum go into many wines.