sodium bisulfate


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sodium bisulfate

[′sōd·ē·əm bī′səl‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
NaHSO4 Colorless crystals, soluble in water; the aqueous solution is strongly acidic; decomposes at 315°C; used for flux to decompose minerals, as a disinfectant, and in dyeing and manufacture of magnesia, cements, perfumes, brick, and glue. Also known as niter cake; sodium acid sulfate.
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These include the formation of anionic polyacrylamide through hydrolysis, (17) the synthesis of sulfomethylated derivatives from the reaction of polyacrylamide with formaldehyde and sodium bisulfate, (18) the formation of aminomethylated polyacrylamide from the reaction of polyacrylamide with formaldehyde and dimethylamine (Mannich reaction), (19) and the generation of various derivatives by transamidation reactions including hydroxamated polyacrylamides used as a flocculant in the Bayer process.
The 620 can handle harsh chemicals in the water and wastewater treatment industry, including sodium hypochlorite, ferric chloride, sodium bisulfate, aluminum, fluoride, carbon and lime slurries, polymers, aqueous ammonia, potassium permanganate and caustic slurries.
Vitamin and mineral premix includes the following per kilogram of diet: vitamin A (Vitamin A acetate), 4960 U; vitamin D (cholecalciferol), 1653 U; vitamin E (dl-[alpha] tocopherol acetate), 27 U; menadione (menadione sodium bisulfate complex), 0.
The method uses magnesium oxide, calcium hydroxide and sodium bisulfate.
The plant also had to build additional storage facilities for the liquid bleach and sodium bisulfate (used for dechlorination).
To lower TA without impacting pH, sodium bisulfate (dry acid) is used.
The nonspecific ORP measurement is a positive voltage (mV) value in a sample containing a strong oxidizing agent like chlorine and a negative mV value in a sample containing a strong reducing agent like sodium bisulfate.
Your installation spill response team should neutralize any puddles of DS2 with sodium bisulfate, NSN 6810-00-270-9984, and soak it up with vermiculite insulation.
Pre-washed vials are available with methanol or sodium bisulfate preservatives and an optional stir bar.
To avoid, check ingredient listings on labels for the various forms: sulfur dioxide, sodium sulfite, sodium bisulfate, sodium metabisulfate, potassium bisulfate and potassium metabisulfate.
The pH level can be lowered by adding muriatic acid (liquid) or sodium bisulfate (dry) in quantities that will be determined by the size of your pool and by the manufacturer's instructions.