thiosulphuric

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thiosulphuric

(ˌθaɪəʊsʌlˈfjʊərɪk) or

thiosulfuric

adj
of or relating to thiosulphuric acid or anything derived from it
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Similarly, both extracts contained low percentages of organosulfur compounds like methanesulfonamide (5.23%), 2-pyridinethione (3.87%), 2-mercaptopyridine (1.68%), thiosulfuric acid (1.52%), and cysteaminesulfonic acid (0.25%).
Thiosulfate and thiosulfonate are derived from thiosulfuric and thiosulfonic acids, respectively, by alkylation at a sulfur atom.
Adverse effects included nausea, vomiting, headache, and anion gap metabolic acidosis (due to unmeasured anion, thiosulfuric acid, generated when sodium thiosulfate is dissolved in aqueous solution).
Adverse effects of sodium thiosulfate include nausea, vomiting, headache, rhinorrhea and anion gap metabolic acidosis (due to the unmeasured anion, thiosulfuric acid, generated when sodium thiosulfate is dissolved in aqueous solution), although adverse reactions to this drug are usually mild (Hayden et al., 2008; Raymond & Wazny, 2008).
The C[O.sub.2] produces carbonic acid, and the [H.sub.2]S produces thiosulfuric and polyphonic acid.