sodium thiosulphate

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Synonyms for sodium thiosulphate

a compound used as a fixing agent in photographic developing

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M = Molarity of sodium thiosulphate solution Calculated the peroxide value by the formula:
In his 264- page book, he writes: eIu After studying the literature, I felt the drug (sodium thiosulphate) should have no adverse effect; if it does not do any good, it will not do any harm.
To 5 ml volumetric flask was transferred solution containing 0.5-2.5 ml of 25 mol L1 metformin and was added 0.6 ml benzoin solution (4 mmol), sodium thiosulphate (0.4 ml) (0.2 M), 2- mercapthanol (0.6 ml) and potassium hydroxide( 0.5 ml) (1.0 M).The mixture was heated at 70 o C for 10 min.
Copper nitrate trihydrate Cu[(N[O.sub.3]).sub.2] x 3[H.sub.2]O, sodium thiosulphate ([Na.sub.2][S.sub.2][O.sub.3] x 5[H.sub.2]O), and Cetyltrimethylammonium bromide (CTAB) were purchased from SD-Fine Chemicals, India, and they were all of analytical grade and used as received.
Thirty milliliters of distilled water was added and titrated with 0.002M solution of sodium thiosulphate using 1ml of 1% starch solution as indicator (the indicator was prepared by dissolving 1 g of soluble starch powder in enough cold water to form a thin paste and adding 100ml of boiling water and boil with stirring).
The excess of iodine was titrated against sodium thiosulphate (hypo) solution (0.1N), using starch as an indicator near the end point.
The residual BEI was neutralized by adding sodium thiosulphate solution to the final conc.
However, administration of sodium thiosulphate, an antidote brought by Dr Max Daunderer from Munich showed clinical improvement in many patients.
Combination of sodium thiosulphate, cinacalcet, and paricalcitol in the treatment of calciphylaxis with hyperparathyroidism.
Various experimenters learned that sodium hypochlorite, sodium thiosulphate, bromine, and chlorine were effective leaching agents for some gold ores, and the commercial use of these reagents was common by 1880.
Samples were removed from the reaction vessels at the desired exposure times, and the chlorine was immediately neutralized by the addition of 0.5 ml of 10% (wt/vol) sodium thiosulphate. Vessels containing CDF buffer without chlorine served as controls for determining unexposed concentrations of the bacteria.
She then went into a chemistry lab where Lynda Williams and Lisa Robson demonstrated the chemical reaction caused by mixing hydrochloric acid with sodium thiosulphate.