thiosulphate

/ (ˌθaɪəʊˈsʌlfeɪt) /

noun

any salt of thiosulphuric acid

Nearby words

  1. thioridazine,
  2. thiosinamine,
  3. thiosulfate,
  4. thiosulfuric,
  5. thiosulfuric acid,
  6. thiosulphuric acid,
  7. thiothixene,
  8. thiouracil,
  9. thiourea,
  10. thioxanthene

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Examples from the Web for thiosulphate

  • The oxidized residue is dissolved in hydrochloric acid and titrated with thiosulphate as described for the two-bath process.

    Animal Proteins|Hugh Garner Bennett
  • Coniine forms with carbon disulphide a thiosulphate and a sulphite.

  • If coniine itself is added to carbon disulphide, there is evolution of heat, separation of sulphur, and formation of thiosulphate.