- a salt of pyrosulfuric acid, as sodium disulfate, Na2S2O7.
Origin of disulfate
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The sulphate (disulphate) is the salt generally used; this and other salts are most effective when taken in solution.
Unless the tincture employed as the solvent be of the full strength, some of the disulphate remains undissolved.
From strained aloes and disulphate of quinine, equal parts; made into 2-gr.
Cinchonine may be prepared from its sulphate or disulphate in the same way as quinine.
The Disulphate of Quinine (or Quina) is the preparation of the alkaloid which is most commonly used.The Action of Medicines in the System
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- another name for pyrosulphate
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- A compound containing two sulfate ions or radicals.
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