Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The univalent inorganic acid group HSO3 or a salt of sulfurous acid containing it.

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  • n. The univalent group -HSO3, or any salt containing it.

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Examples

  • For the purpose of this study, the epigenetics market is divided into two major segments, namely bisulfite conversion kits and chromatin immunoprecipitation.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Typically, scientists use a procedure called bisulfite sequencing to identify the sites of DNA methylation.

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  • The agency is required to neutralize the chemical before it discharges treated wastewater by adding sodium bisulfite, which bonds with the chlorine to form salt.

    Residents Turn Up Noses at Sewer Stink Cure

  • That mud hole got us once with Wilton driving and a load of 55-gallon drums of sodium bisulfite and ammonium salts on board for the alligator tannery in Ocala.

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  • With processed foods such as baked goods, snacks, and jam, scan ingredient labels for sulfur dioxide, potassium bisulfite, potassium metabisulfite, sodium bisulfite, sodium metabisulfite, and sodium sulfite.

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  • The sulfite compound is very interesting, with a sulfite ion loose in a molecule of sulfur dioxide, potassium bisulfite or a sodium sulfite or bisulfite.

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  • Sulfites sulfur dioxide and sodium bisulfite, preservatives found in wine, dried fruit, instant potatoes, French fries, pizza, and other foods, linked to headaches and severe allergic reactions in some

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  • They do periodic checks to make sure the sodium bisulfite is working and there was a lot of sea life at the diffusers in recent photos I was shown.

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  • The growth of food molds is inhibited by a number of food additives, including sodium bisulfite, sorbates, propionate, and nitrates, as well as by a number of natural substances in foods such as peppers of all types, mustard, cinnamon, and cloves.

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  • Shrimpers often treat them with a bleaching solution of bisulfite to prevent discoloration, and like scallops, with a sodium polyphosphate solution to keep them moist; these practices can cause off-flavors.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

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