- a salt formed by the direct union of sulfuric acid with an organic base, especially an alkaloid, and usually more soluble than the base.
Origin of hydrosulfate
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The product is a mixed solution of hydrosulphate and hyposulphate of potassa.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II
Wash the surface over with a little dilute solution of hydrosulphate of ammonia, and dry at a gentle heat.
Sulphide of ammonium, Hydrosulphide of ammonium, Hydrosulphate of ammonia.
- any quaternary acid salt formed by addition of an organic base to sulphuric acid, such as aniline hydrosulphate, C 6 H 5 NH 3 HSO 4
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