ammonium sulfate


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ammonium sulfate

n.
An odorless white crystalline salt, (NH4)2SO4, used in fertilizers, fire retardants, and water purification.

ammo′nium sul′fate


n.
a white, crystalline, water-soluble solid, (NH4)2SO4, used chiefly as a fertilizer.
[1800–85]
Translations
Ammoniumsulfat
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