Origin of bisulfate
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Quinine, sulphate and bisulphate of, and all alkaloids or salts of cinchona bark.Industrial Cuba
Robert P. Porter
Bisulphate of potassium, added to concentrated solutions, gives a precipitate of octahedral crystals of alum:—8.
He warns against the use of the bisulphate as being the most inactive.
(of the weight of feathers) bisulphate of soda, well crystallized and dry, and four to six per cent.The Practical Ostrich Feather Dyer
It is the bisulphate, supersulphate, or acid sulphate of quina of Soubeiran and other Continental chemists.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II
- a salt or ester of sulphuric acid containing the monovalent group -HSO 4 or the ion HSO 4 –
- (modifier) consisting of, containing, or concerned with the group -HSO 4 or the ion HSO 4 –bisulphate ion
Systematic name: hydrogen sulphate
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- The univalent inorganic acid group HSO4.
- A salt of sulfuric acid containing this group.acid sulfate
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