disulfate

or di·sul·phate

[dahy-suhl-feyt]

noun Chemistry.

a salt of pyrosulfuric acid, as sodium disulfate, Na2S2O7.

Origin of disulfate

First recorded in 1830–40; di-1 + sulfate
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disulfate in Medicine

disulfate

[dī-sŭlfāt′]

n.

A compound containing two sulfate ions or radicals.
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