Sodium Bisulfate?

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Sodium bisulfate is an acid salt. It is an odorless, colorless, water-soluble crystalline compound that is used in dyeing, in the manufacturing of cement, paper, soap, and is an acid-type cleaner.
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The chemical formula for sodium bisulfate is NaHSO4. The compound is also named sodium hydrogen sulfate, sodium acid sulfate, bisulfate of soda, monosodium salt and monohydrate. Sodium
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( ′sōd·ē·əm bī′səl′fāt ) (inorganic chemistry) NaHSO4 Colorless crystals, soluble in water; the aqueous solution is strongly
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sodium bisulfate
NOUN [CHEMISTRY]
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a colorless crystalline compound, NaHSO4, soluble in water: used in dyeing, in the manufacture of cement, paper, soap, and an acid-type cleaner.
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