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  • n. A salt or ester of thiosulfuric acid.

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  • n. any salt or ester of thiosulfuric acid


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  • I, The origin of thiosulfate in hot spring waters: Geochimica et

    Scientific Articles on Yellowstone

  • Wyoming, USA; II, Formation and decomposition of thiosulfate and polythionate in Cinder Pool: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 97, p. 407-423.

    Scientific Articles on Yellowstone

  • Kodak Fixer (sodium thiosulfate) for paper and film, 1Gallon mix

    The PJ Candy Store (equipment)

  • Moreover, many responded well to administration of sodium thiosulfate, an effective therapy for cyanide poisoning but not MIC exposure.

    Bhopal, India

  • UCC initially recommended use of sodium thiosulfate but withdrew the statement later prompting suggestions that it attempted to cover up evidence of HCN in the gas leak.

    Bhopal, India

  • Soak in solution of color remover, or sponge with a solution of sodium thiosulfate crystals available at drug store.


  • Because iodide is sensitive to acidity, manufacturers usually supplement iodized salt with stabilizing traces of sodium carbonate or thiosulfate and sugar.

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

  • Intravenous injection of thiosulfate will increase the sulfur available to convert cyanide to thiocyanate.

    10: Food science

  • Dissolve a tablespoon of sodium thiosulfate in a glass of water and apply it to the whole upper body.

    Chapter 22

  • - Incorporate stabilizers like thiosulfate (to be incorporated at a rate of 0,25% of the mass of the soap for example).

    Chapter 8


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