magnesium thiosulfate

magnesium thiosulfate

[mag′nē·zē·əm ‚thī·ə′səl‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
MgS2O3·6H2O Colorless crystals that lose water at 170°C; used in medicine. Also known as magnesium hyposulfite.
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Calcium thiosulfate joins the company's wide range of its unique thiosulfate based solutions: ammonium thiosulfate (Thio-Sul(R)), potassium thiosulfate solution (KTS(R)) and magnesium thiosulfate solution (MagThio(R)).
patent number 06921523; magnesium thiosulfate solution and process for preparing same.
Magnesium thiosulfate, marketed as MagThio(TM), is a neutral to slightly acidic, chlorine free, clear solution, containing 4% magnesium and 10% thiosulfate sulfur.