Sodium thiosulfate Crystalline offers a wide range of applications. It lends its healing power to sulfur-smelling hot water sources. Sodium thiosulfate Crystalline offers many advantages, especially in the medical field, where it is used as an antidote to cyanide poisoning or to protect against calcification. It also dissolves calcified vessels. It is also used for drinking water treatment or for the declaring of aquariums
Dawn’s Sodium thiosulfate crystallin acts detoxifying and supports the mineral intake. An advantage is that the substance is very reasonable, easy to use and readily available. In addition, sodium thiosulfate acts as a reducing agent or antioxidant, which neutralizes free radicals.
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What is the physical appearance of sodium thiosulphate?
Sodium thiosulphate is a colorless crystal.
What are the uses of sodium thiosulphate?
Sodium thiosulphate is used in the dichlorination of ponds and as an antidote for cyanide poisoning.
Applications of Thiosulphate
various applications of sodium thiosulphate in different fields such as medicine, photography, gold extraction and many other areas. The other uses of it are below.
- Medical Field
- Cleansing Agent