It is, however, practicable to have stock preparation of sulfate of copper and of lime ready for mixing when required.
sulfate of alumina neutralizes one-third of its weight of caustic.
And he was using Epsom salts—the sulfate, and magnesium citrate as laxatives.
The most readily available nitrogen in commercial form is that which is afforded by nitrate of soda and sulfate of ammonia.
When sulfate of copper and lime are added in this proportion, the compound is Bordeaux mixture.
To accomplish this the sulfate should be suspended at the surface of the water in a bag.
This is important for if the lime is added to so strong a solution of sulfate of copper, a curdling process will follow.
It must be remembered that the sulfate of alumina is added only for the fresh lye put into the tank.
The operator under such conditions first adds the sulfate of alumina, then the acid, using litmus paper as his indicator.
sulfate of copper can be dissolved in water and held in solution until needed.
sulfate sul·fate (sŭl'fāt')
A salt or an ester of sulfuric acid.
The bivalent group SO4.
A chemical compound containing such a group.
To treat or react with sulfuric acid or a sulfate.
To become sulfated.