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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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Product Sub-Category : Sulphuric acid, sodium bisulphate and dichromate
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A handful number of different industrial chemicals, such that, alumina, aluminium sulphate, sodium or ammonium alum, sodium sulphate) and sodium bisulphate were prepared from the single IP.
One method uses ferrous iron is added, and the other sodium bisulphate.
In March 2006, the parties initially agreed a settlement, granting Apotex a royalty-bearing licence to manufacture and sell a generic clopidogrel bisulphate product in the US effective 1st June 2011, three months prior to the patent expiration.
Tenders are invited for Inj Menadione Sodium Bisulphate 10 Mg Vit K
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patent 4,847,265 covering clopidogrel bisulphate, the active ingredient in Plavix[R], valid and enforceable.
Menadion Bisulphate Trihydrate 10 Mg/Ml (Aqueous)(Vitamin K ) - 1 Ml Amp.
In 2006, Apotex received an ANDA approval for clopidogrel bisulphate, the generic form of Sanofi-Aventis' Plavix.