cadmium sulfate


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cadmium sulfate

n.
A colorless crystalline carcinogenic compound, CdSO4, that is water soluble and is used in pigments, phosphors, electroplating, and as an antiseptic.
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"We solved the problem by using nanorods made of the semiconducting material cadmium sulfate, and spatially separated the areas on which the oxidation and reduction reactions occurred on these nanocrystals," Stolarczyk explains.
The first modification involved using commercially available cadmium salts, in particular cadmium acetate, cadmium chloride, cadmium nitrate, and cadmium sulfate.
The coagulant, commercial Ferric Chloride (FeC13) (BDH, England) and Cadmium Sulfate (3CdSO4.