sodium metabisulphite


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sodium metabisulphite

or

sodium pyrosulfite

n
(Elements & Compounds) chem an inorganic compound with the chemical formula Na2S2O5 that is used as a preservative, antioxidant and disinfectant
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She had a number of positives including cetearyl alcohol, sodium metabisulphite, and clobetasone butyrate.
Firstly, the effluent containing chrome is reduced from hexavalent chromium using sodium metabisulphite.
Sulphur dioxide — sulphites (E 220-228: Sulphur dioxide, Sodium sulphite, Sodium hydrogen sulphite, Sodium metabisulphite, Potassium metabisulphite, Calcium sulphite, Calcium hydrogen sulphite, Potassium hydrogen sulphite) are allowed to be used as preservative and antioxidant in aromatized wine-based products.
Plant tails would be detoxified with copper sulphate and sodium metabisulphite for the destruction of residual cyanide prior to discharge.
Cytogenetic effects of two food preservatives, sodium metabisulphite and sodium benzoate on the root tips of Allium cepa Linn.
05g yeast extracts into 1000ml distil water; sodium metabisulphite ([Na.
nigricans in a broth medium containing high concentrations of sodium metabisulphite which serves as the sulphur source and to investigate the ability of the organism in metabolizing sulphur contents in oil samples.
Sodium metabisulphite was investigated more fully but this was also rejected due to insufficient microbiological action at Diprivan's[TM] pH, destabilization of the emulsion at a microbiologically active pH (3) and triggering dimerization of the propofol molecule.
In Europe, sulphur dioxide, in the form of sodium metabisulphite, is used to inhibit the microbial spoilage of fresh pork sausage.