disulfate


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di·sul·fate

(dī-sŭl'fāt),
A molecule containing two sulfates.

di·sul·fate

(dī-sŭl'fāt)
A molecule containing two sulfates.
Synonym(s): disulphate.

disulfate

(di-sul'fat)
A compound containing two sulfate radicals.
See: bisulfate
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Following expansions completed in 1985/86 and in the more recent years, the complex now consists of the following units (design capacity in '000 t/y): - Ammonia 660 - Urea 720 - Sulphur 675 - Sulphuric acid 966 - Phosphoric acid 240 - Monoammonium phosphate (MAP) 240 - Diammonium phosphate (DAP) 240 - Ammonium nitrate 287 - Sodium carbonate 60 - Heavy sodium carbonate 51 - Sodium bicarbonate 10 - Sodium tripolyphospate 30 - Ammonium disulfate 20 - Nitrate 10 - Methanol 255
Hu suggest that the reaction between bisulfite (HSO3-) ions and oxygen produces disulfate (S2O7=) ions, which then combine with water and decay into sulfate and hydrogen ions.
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