persalt


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per·salt

(per'sawlt),
In chemistry, any salt that contains the greatest possible amount of the acid radical.
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per·salt

(pĕr'sawlt)
chemistry Any salt that contains the greatest possible amount of the acid radical.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

persalt

(pĕr′salt″) [ per- + salt]
In chemistry, a salt containing the largest possible amount of an acid radical.
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However, bleaching with percarbonate or perborate alone is not very efficient at low temperatures; i.e., satisfactory results are obtained only by using an excess of persalt. In order to make a more efficient use of the persalt in a laundry product, bleach activators like TAED, NOBS or DOBA have been introduced.
Typical oxidizing agents include persalts such as the alkali metal and ammonium persulfates, hydrogen peroxide and organic hydroperoxides such a tert-butylhydroperoxide.
Shawn Blansett has been named North American business manager, persalts and consumer products, responsible for developing and implementing business plans for sodium percarbonate and sodium perborate product lines, account coordination, liaison activities with the detergents unit and development of the peracetic acid business.