persulfate


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Related to persulfate: hyposulfite, Potassium persulfate, Ammonium persulfate, Sodium persulfate

per·sul·fate

(per-sŭl'fāt),
A salt of persulfuric acid.

persulfate

/per·sul·fate/ (per-sul´fāt) a salt of persulfuric acid.

persulfate

(pĕr-sŭl′fāt)
One of a series of sulfates containing more sulfuric acid than the others in the same series.
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In 2014, ammonium persulfate accounted for the major market share in terms of volume with increasing demand from various end-use applications such as polymers and electronics.
Thermally activated persulfate oxidation of trichloroethylene (TCE) and 1, 1, 1 trichloroethane (TCA) in aqueous systems and soil slurries.
The stock ABTS*+ solution was prepared by mixing ABTS and potassium persulfate solutions followed by dilution with distilled water until the absorbance of the stock solution at 735 nm was placed in between 0.
x]-N) Automated FIA cadmium reduction method Dissolved P Alkali/acid persulfate oxidation followcd by automated FIA ascorbic acid reduction Dissolved N Alkali/acid persulfate oxidation followed by automated FIA cadmium reduction Total P Kjeldahl digestion (CuS[O.
Total nitrogen (TN) was analyzed by the persulfate digestion method, and total phosphorus (TP) was determined by the acid persulfate digestion method with ascorbic acid.
Prior to analysis, samples were further digested in sulfuric acid, nitric acid, potassium persulfate, and potassium permanganate by heating to 95 [degrees]C for one h.
The process includes forming a monomer mixture comprising at least one monomer capable of forming a superabsorbent polymer, a crosslinking agent, an initiator system that contains 0 to 300 ppm of a persulfate, a photoinitiator and, optionally, water.
This company is said to be a specialist in customized organic peroxides and inorganic persulfate initiators.
After surfacing mill and polishing the surfaces were treated with a 20% Ammonium Persulfate solution.
The example is a cyan pigment, octadecyl acrylate, and styrene with a potassium persulfate initiator.