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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Moreover the patient also orally took 75 mg of clopidogrel bisulfate tablets and 100 mg of aspirin enteric-coated tablets daily.
Meanwhile effectiveness of Rydall was found to be lower than some commonly used litter amendments such as alum at 100 g/kg litter (36% reduction), sodium bisulfate (21% reduction) [22] and PLT at 20 kg/100 [m.sup.2] litter (up to 50% reduction) [23].
It is known that sulfate and/or bisulfate generate during decomposition of ZDDP (22).
Furthermore, the bisulfate anions solely provide double layer capacitance, while the hydronium cations deliver both, double layer capacitance and pseudocapacitance.
The synthesis of hybrid compounds was accomplished initially by orto-nitration of eugenol (1) and dihydroeugenol (l') using sodium nitrate, potassium bisulfate, and wet silica gel in dichloromethane, as reported by Zolfigol and coworkers [16].
One microgram of purified DNA was used for bisulfate treatment using a Kit (QIAGEN USA) according to the manufacturer's
This can be explained by ammonium bound to species such as chloride and bisulfate which are not in (2).
In particular, several core ingredients from Huang-Lian, berberine bisulfate, columbamine, coptisine, epiberberine, jatrorrhizine, oxyberberine, dehydrocheilanthifoline, and berberine were reported to have hypoglycemic and antidiabetic actions through the regulation of glucose metabolic effects and reduction of oxidative stress injury [5159].
The chemicals used are dilute potassium hydroxide for high-pH cleaning and potassium bisulfate instead of sodium-based caustic, citric acid or other organic cleaners.
Due to the small occlusion size, the ST-elevated MI was managed with clopidogrel bisulfate, acetylsalicylic acid, heparin, antibiotics and a refill of respiratory medications, while respiratory status was monitored in the coronary care unit.
(c) provided per kilogram of diet: vitamin A (as all-trans retinol acetate), 15,000 IU; cholecalciferol, 3 900 IU; vitamin E (as all-rac-[alpha]-tocopherol acetate), 30 IU; vitamin K (as menadione sodium bisulfate), 3.0 mg; thiamin (as thiamin mononitrate), 2.4 mg; riboflavin, 9.0 mg; vitamin B6, 4.5 mg; vitamin B12, 0.021 mg; calcium pantothenate, 30 mg; niacin,