dithionite


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di·thi·o·nite

 (dī-thī′ə-nīt′)
n.
The divalent anionic group S2O4, derived from dithionous acid, or a compound containing this group. Also called hydrosulfite.

dithionite

(daɪˈθaɪəˌnaɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any salt of dithionous acid. Also called: hyposulphite or hydrosulphite
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McKeague JA, Day JH (1966) Dithionite and oxalate extractable Fe and Al as aids in differentiating various classes of soils.
One such chemical is sodium dithionite, which decomposes into sulfate and sulfite which can corrode equipment and pipes in dye mills and wastewater treatment plants.
Hemmingsen, "Hydrogen diffusivities and concentrations in 520 M carbon steel under cathodic protection in 0.5 M NaCl and the effect of added sulphite, dithionite, thiosulphate, and sulphide," International Journal of Electrochemical Science, vol.
Similar nanoparticles were prepared using sodium sulfate instead of dithionite to selectively immobilize heavy metals from the aqueous phase [8].
The contents of total iron oxides and free iron oxides were 18.45% and 4.66% determined by the inductively coupled plasma analysis after digesting with aqueous regia and dithionite citrate bicarbonate (DCB) procedure [9].
Sodium Dithionite, Rongalite, and Thiourea Oxides: Chemistry and Application
Deb was among the first to use sodium dithionite to measure the free iron oxide content of soils [3].
CBS p.P49L and WT (1.4-1.6 [micro]M in heme) were reduced with 90 [micro]M sodium dithionite, diluted from a 45 mM stock solution (quantitated using [[epsilon].sub.314nm] = 8,043 [M.sup.-1]x[cm.sup.-1] [50]).
To induce OGD/R, the cells were cultured in glucose-free Tyrode solution containing 10 mM 2-deoxy-D-glucose and 10 mM sodium dithionite and transferred to a humidified hypoxia chamber (International Stem Cell Corporation, California, USA).
Approximately 2-3g sodium dithionite was added to the content of the sample cuvette which reduces cytochrome b5.
Reported here are density functional theory (DFT) results on models of copper (II)-porphyrins (models of [5,10,15,20- tetrakis(N-methylpyridyl-4)porhinato]copper(II)tetratosylate) with a set of axial ligands - nitrite (both the nitrogen-bound isomer and the oxygen-bound isomer, i.e., nitro and nitrito), imidazole, two forms of phenol (neutral and anionic), and water - related to an unexpected range of electronic structures detectable in electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectra of a water-soluble copper porphyrin with water, nitrite, imidazole, dithionite, 2,2'-azino-bis(3-ethylbenzthiazoline-6- sulphonic acid) (ABTS) and guaiacol.
Soil amorphous and free Fe oxides were extracted byammoniumoxalate (pH 3.0-3.5) and sodium citrate- sodium dithionite respectively.