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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The divalent anionic group, S2O3, derived from thiosulfuric acid, or a compound containing this group.

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  • noun chemistry any salt or ester of thiosulfuric acid

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Examples

  • 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

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

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

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

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  • 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.

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

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

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

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