iron sulfate


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iron sulfate

[′ī·ərn ′səl‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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A comparative study by Aslan and colleagues (2) concluded that absorption of iron from grape molasses was comparable to that from iron sulfate in non-anemic subjects.
If your soil is very alkaline, also apply 1/2 cup sulfur (either iron sulfate, Ironite, or soil sulfur) to each established rose; mix it into the soil.
The thick liquid used to be called 'oil of vitriol,' since it was originally made by the distillation of 'green vitriol,' or iron sulfate as we know it today.
Currently I am taking 300 mg of iron sulfate with vitamin C three times a day for three months.
The SCALE BLASTER service removes even the hardest scale, such as barium, strontium and iron sulfate, so that there is no need to kill the well and pull the tubing.
Contract notice: Delivery of the coagulant in the form of an aqueous solution of iron sulfate (iii)
The soil is full of iron sulfate covered with a thin crust of calcium sulfate.