bisulfate

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bisulfate

[bī′səl‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
A compound that has the HSO4- radical; derived from sulfuric acid.
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The Hastings Estuary in coastal New South Wales (NSW), Australia, contains regions with high exposure to acid sulfate soil because of drainage and development (Tulau 1999).
The average of [N.sub.2]O fluxes from the acid sulfate soil was <0.16[micro]g [kg.sup.-1] soil [h.sup.-1].
In addition, peaks 3, 8 and 23 were negatively correlated, respectively including caffeic acid sulfate, ferulic acid sulfate and secoxyloganin.
Keywords: Acid sulfate soil; Chelation; Aluminum toxicity; Iron toxicity; Organic acid; Rice seedling
With collision-induced dissociation of the parent ion, all of the 3[beta]-hydroxy-[[DELTA].sup.5]-bile acid sulfates yielded a common intense base peak at m/z 96.6 resulting from loss of the sulfate group.
Topics include: vitriols in antiquity, biogeochemistry of acid drainage, the microbiology of acid drainage, sampling design and preparation, acid sulfate soils, acid-base accounting test procedures, kinetic testing, management and assessment of acid drainage data, passive treatment acid mine drainage, resource recovery, and case studies for acid mine drainage.
Lopez (1992) noted that acid sulfate waters appear to be related to the north-west striking and seismically active Villamaria-Termales fault.
2006) has flagged the need to improve our understanding of wetland soils, in particular those affected by primary or secondary salinity, as there is potential for the development of inland acid sulfate soils.
This edition provides expanded coverage of the topics of soil salinity and acid sulfate soils.
Through this framework I present an ontological narrative of the acid sulfate soils, a contemporary environmental problem, and the innovative scientific procedures that have been used to identify and manage its effects.