a solid white substance that occurs naturally as thenardite and is usually used as the white anhydrous compound (salt cake) or the white crystalline decahydrate (Glauber's salt) in making glass, detergents, and pulp. Formula: Na 2 SO 4
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How to use sodium sulphate in a sentence
Alcohol was added to precipitate the sodium sulphate completely, the mixture was heated and filtered.Some Constituents of the Poison Ivy Plant: (Rhus Toxicodendron) | William Anderson Syme
sodium sulphate and sodium phosphate crystals lose water even when exposed under ordinary conditions to dry air.
With sodium sulphate, a modification of the same method is used.
This is small, and its amount is determined by an experiment with 3.55 grams of pure sodium sulphate.
The production of salt-cake or crude sodium sulphate is carried out in two stages.The Chemistry of Hat Manufacturing | Watson Smith