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SO4Star Ocean 4 (computer game)
SO4Shout Out Out Out Out (Canadian band)
SO4Superior Oblique 4 (cranial nerve)
SO4Sulfate
SO4Star Ocean: the Last Hope (video game)
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Previously, the scientists demonstrated that copper sulfate could be used to prevent fungus on catfish eggs.
The company added that ephedrine sulfate injection is a drug administered parenterally as a pressor agent to address clinically important hypotension in surgical settings.
Ammonium sulfate that has been combined with other products is included within the scope regardless of whether the combining occurs in countries other than China.
Owing to the strict European Union norms of water purification and phosphorous removal from drinking water, the usage of ferric sulfate is expected to grow in the European Union.
Cactus Botanies ensures chondroitin sulfate material quality with four methods: High Performance Liquid Chromatography, CPC, EHPLC and specific rotation.
The thing that makes this material even more damaging is that it is a positively charged quaternium, which means that it is deposited to the surface of the hair, keeping that sulfate "bio-available" to the hair and the hair color.
Sodium acid sulfate, citric acid and malic acid inhibited some browning, while sodium erythorbate and the combination of sodium acid sulfate, citric acid and sodium erythorbate prevented browning.
The weight is determined by the different amounts of isotopes of sulfur in a sample, and the abundance of different isotopes indicates how much seawater sulfate was incorporated into the massive sulfide ore that formed at the bottom of ancient oceans.
Numerous large trials have explored the use of magnesium sulfate to prevent CP in preterm infants.
3% of the infants of 1,041 women treated with magnesium sulfate during labor versus 11.
The sulfate content in soils is in a dynamic equilibrium with other forms of sulfur, especially organic forms.