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sul·fite

 (sŭl′fīt′)
n.
The divalent anionic group SO3, derived from sulfurous acid, or a compound containing this group.

sul·fit′ic (-fĭt′ĭk) adj.

sulfite

(ˈsʌlfaɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) the US preferred spelling of sulphite

sul•fite

(ˈsʌl faɪt)

n.
1. a salt or ester of sulfurous acid.
2. any sulfite-containing compound, esp. one that is used in foods or drug products as a preservative.
[1780–90]
sul•fit′ic (-ˈfɪt ɪk) adj.
Translations

sulfite

n sulfito
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Gordon has published numerous works including co-authoring "Measuring Oxidant Species in Electrolyzed Salt Brine Solutions," "A Comparison of Sulfite Ion and Reduced Iron for the Removal of Bromate Ion," "Preliminary Data on the Fate of Bromate Ion in Simulated Gastric Juices" and "Bleach 2001." He also was the author of "Residual Ozone Measurement: Indigo Sensitivity Coefficient Adjustment." Dr.
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Although the sulfite ion (S[0.sub.3 sup.-]) can bind with oxygen, there is very litle sulfite ion present in solution at the pH range found in wine (see Figure I).
Selective measurement of sulfite ion requires HPLC method, which in addition to the high price of the equipment, needs the use of expensive solutions that are harmful to the environment.