persulfate


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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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The percentage yield of the isolated and purified triphenodioxazine compounds is given in Table-1, along with the comparison of persulfate method.
Potassium persulfate decomposition rate was determined by titration based on reactions 1 and 2.
Demand for persulfates is expected to increase with the growing polymer industry and the increasing demand of persulfates in pulp, paper and textiles and the cosmetics & personal care industry is estimated to drive the global persulfates market.
Persulfate persistence under thermal activation conditions.
The P(AN-co-MMA) copolymers were prepared by precipitation polymerization of Acrylonitrile (AN) and Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) using Potassium Persulfate ([K.
Alkaline persulfate oxidation for determining total nitrogen in microbial biomass extracts.
A similar result was observed for polycarbazole prepared by interfacial pathway using ammonium persulfate oxidant by Gupta and Prakash [21].
Alteration in Cold Pad Batch Recipe: To improve desizing results, use of sodium persulfate is recommended.
The exact mix was 50 pounds of AV-100 dissolved in 30 gallons of water providing a 20 percent solids mix, This becomes a 10 percent solids mix when an equal volume of ammonium persulfate solution (used as a catalyst) is added.
Samples were subjected to alkaline, persulfate digestion (17).