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sulfate

 [sul´fāt]
a salt of sulfuric acid.

sul·fate

(sŭl'fāt),
A salt or ester of sulfuric acid.

sul·fate

(sŭl'fāt)
A salt or ester of sulfuric acid.
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Pokharel, "Coupled effects of sulphate and temperature on the strength development of cemented tailings backfills: Portland cement-paste backfill," Cement and Concrete Composites, vol.
Increasing use of ammonium sulphate in compound fertilisers for nitrogen and sulphur nutrients in the agricultural industry is driving its demand globally.
Patients were randomly assigned to one of two groups, either receiving 50% Magnesium sulphate (Group M) or receiving normal saline as placebo (Group P).
Mr Davies said he found the sample contained the quantity of sulphate of lime stated in the summons.
Conclusions: Magnesium sulphate can prevent and reduce the degree of fasciculation after anaesthesia.
Unfortunately, little or no guidance on the selection and use of suitable materials was available in the early post-war years and there was some use of deleterious materials, and particularly of materials containing sulphate.
During infusion of the magnesium sulphate, no bradycardia, no arrhythmias and no muscle weakness occurred.
The company, which announced a restructuring plan including 27 job losses in January, added that it reached an agreement with its financial partners last month to "adapt its debt structure to the new focus of its activities after restructure", which is iron sulphate.
Some people think that glucosamine sulphate can also help prevent osteoarthritis, but at the moment there isn't reliable evidence to support this.
Copper sulphate is a mineral that occurs in nature, and 'chalcanthite' is a particularly attractive form.