oxidation using synthetic water and industrial wastewater
B is the volume of sodium thiosulfate
required to titrate the blank (mL), S is the volume of sodium thiosulfate
required to titrate the sample (ml), m is the mass of sample (g) [7,8].
Vascular ossification-calcification in metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes mellitus, chronic kidney disease andcalciphylaxis-calcific uremic arteriolopathy: The emerging role of sodium thiosulfate
where w is the weight in grams of the sample, N is the normal concentration of the sodium thiosulfate
solution used (in mol [L.
At 8 weeks after planting, 2g/kg ammonium thiosulfate
ion from a gold (I)-thiosulfate
complex was initially reduced to hydrogen sulfide (H[S.
and biphosphonates have demonstrated beneficial outcomes in the management of calciphylaxis (Raymond & Wazny, 2008).
Treatment of a refractory gold and copper sulphide concentrates by copper ammoniacal thiosulfate
and thiosulfonate are derived from thiosulfuric and thiosulfonic acids, respectively, by alkylation at a sulfur atom.
The process, thiosulfate
, is what CSIRO is investigating as an non-toxic alternative to cyanide for recovering gold from ores and concentrates.
Other potential therapies include warfarin 1 mg/day, intravenous immunoglobulin 2 g/kg divided monthly, bisphosphonates 10 mg/day, sodium thiosulfate
10 g three times a week to start plus topical administration of abatacept (Orencia) and extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy ( J.
Soil amendments with chemicals (such as ammonium or potassium thiosulfate
[ATS or KTS], thiourea or polysulfides) sprayed over surface soil are extremely effective in reducing emissions.