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SO4-SO4     sulfuric acid

Synonyms: AC1NRD7D, CTK1A8877, 384858-26-8
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Disease relevance of SO4-SO4


High impact information on SO4-SO4


Biological context of SO4-SO4


Anatomical context of SO4-SO4


Associations of SO4-SO4 with other chemical compounds

  • Five types of non-viable pretreated A. niger biomass powders were used as a biosorbent to remove phenol present in an aqueous solution at a concentration of 1,000 microg/l. Sulfuric acid-treated non-viable biomass powder, which was the most effective, was used as a biosorbent in a further study [8].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of SO4-SO4


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