platinum sulfate

platinum sulfate

[′plat·ən·əm ′səl‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Pt(SO4)2 A hygroscopic, dark mass; soluble in alcohol, ether, water, and dilute acids; used in microanalysis for halogens. Also known as platinic sulfate.
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One of the first experimental studies concerning platinum skin absorption was carried out by Taubler, in which rabbits and guinea pigs were exposed to repeated dermal application of platinum sulfate. The author did not observe any trace amounts of platinum in the urine or serum [28].