hydrosulfate

Related to hydrosulfate: hydrosulfite

hy·dro·sul·fate

 (hī′drə-sŭl′fāt′)
n.
1. A salt formed by the union of sulfuric acid with an alkaloid or other organic base.
2. Bisulfate.
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They are less likely to wash out without any harmful effect, but manufacturing of these dyes and as well in application usage of Sodium hydrosulfate is of a big question mark.
An acidic IL, called 1-(4-sulfobutyl)-3-methyl imidazolium hydrosulfate ([[C.sub.4][H.sub.8]S[O.sub.3]Hmim]HS[O.sub.4]), was proven to be an efficient catalyst for direct liquefaction of bagasse lignin, where more than 65% degree of liquefaction and 13.5% yield of phenolic monomer without any char formation [43].