bismuth subgallate


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bismuth subgallate

[′biz·məth ‚səb′gal‚āt]
(organic chemistry)
C6H2(OH)3COOBi(OH)2 A yellow powder; dissolves in dilute alkali solutions, but is insoluble in water, ether, and alcohol; used in medicine.
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The electron paramagnetic resonance measurements of bismuth subgallate were done at room temperature.
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