zinc sulphate


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zinc sulphate

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(Elements & Compounds) a colourless soluble crystalline substance usually existing as the heptahydrate or monohydrate: used as a mordant, in preserving wood and skins, and in the electrodeposition of zinc. Formula: ZnSO4. Also called: white vitriol or zinc vitriol
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Noun1.zinc sulphate - a colorless water-soluble powder; used as a mordant or to preserve wood or for the electrodeposition of zinc
sulfate, sulphate - a salt or ester of sulphuric acid
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Similarly, Monga and Josan (2000) also recorded maximum total soluble solids under the Zinc sulphate (0.
Zinc sulphate 20 mg/day plus oral hypoglycemic to intervention group, and placebo plus oral hypoglycemic to control group were given.
Farmers who could not apply Zinc at nursery stage should apply 33 per cent Zinc Sulphate at the rate of five kilogram per acre or 22 per cent Zinc Sulphate at the rate of ten kilogram per acre.
Keywords: Cutaneous Leishmaniasis, Efficacy, Meglumine antimoniate, Oral zinc sulphate.
In a recent study, Zinc sulphate along with fibroblast growth factor and granulocyte colony stimulating factor (G-CSF) significantly enhanced the wound healing probably through promotion of fibroblast proliferation and down regulation of MMP-1 (matrix metalloproteinase 1) expression in ulcerative wounds of diabetic rats (Shaoqiang et al.
Foliar application of micronutrient applied in two equal doses after 30 and 60 days from sowing in the form of zinc sulphate and manganese sulphate at rates of 50 ppm Zn and 100 ppm Mn, respectively.
In this study, has been investigated the effect of oral zinc sulphate on Tongue disease
A test involving 67 people found a daily 10mg dose of zinc sulphate led to fewer colds during the year and also reduced the length of illness after the onset of symptoms by an average of 1.
240 gram mixture of 11 % borix and 23 % zinc sulphate in 100 litres of water be also sprayed.
Its product portfolio includes zinc, copper, lead, gold, silver, cadmium, indium, thallium, tellurium, selenium, sulphuric acid, aluminum, sodium antimonate, mercury, zinc sulphate and zinc oxide.
Zinc sulphate is the best remediating agent to remove arsenic and to make it unavailable to the plants.
Feutrell's Early, trees were sprayed with boric acid and zinc sulphate either alone or in combination [T1 = control (water spray), T2 = 0.