sodium thiosulfate

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a compound used as a fixing agent in photographic developing

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B is the volume of sodium thiosulfate required to titrate the blank (mL), S is the volume of sodium thiosulfate required to titrate the sample (ml), m is the mass of sample (g) [7,8].
Fennec Pharmaceuticals, a clinical-stage biotechnology company, has completed the enrolment of patients in its second sodium thiosulfate Phase III study, SIe sOPEL 6, it was reported yesterday.
3]) was added and the sample was titrated with sodium thiosulfate until the color changes from brown to pale yellow.
The cyanide antidote package contains amyl nitrite, sodium nitrite, and sodium thiosulfate.
Sodium thiosulfate 25% solution in 100 mL of normal saline solution was infused during the last hour of dialysis as a treatment to stop and possibly reverse calciphylaxis.
Other gas masks contain other chemicals designed to react with a chemical weapon and neutralize it 6 WWI masks often contained sodium thiosulfate, which neutralizes chlorine.
Generally in laboratory experiments, pesticides are neutralized to stop chemical activity at a certain time point--for example, by adding sodium thiosulfate to neutralize chlorine-based pesticides.
5% sodium hypochlorite for 30 seconds each, and then were neutralized with a sterile 5% sodium thiosulfate solution.
Phenols could be determined from their aqueous solutions by bromination using bromate-bromide solution, concentrated hydrochloric acid and potassium iodide titrating against sodium thiosulfate using starch solution as the indicator.
The salt hydrates that were tested (Glauber's salt and sodium thiosulfate pentahydrate) showed supercooling during DSC testing, which is a common phenomenon for these materials (Sandnes, 2006).
Discuss the utilization of sodium thiosulfate, bisphosphonates and cinacalcet (Sensipar[R]) for the treatment of calciphylaxis including evidence for efficacy and toxicity.
These results indicate that chlorine, potassium permanganate, Virkon S, Antec Cleaning, and Sanitizing Agent (DSC-1000), Pyroneg, sodium thiosulfate, rainwater, bore water, algal supernatant, and egg screening have the potential to impact S.
Sodium thiosulfate is the only antidote currently recommended by ONS for extravasation of mechlorethamine or concentrated cisplatin.