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The difference between sodium metabisulfite and sodium pinch

The difference between sodium metabisulfite and sodium pinch

Update Time:2019-11-22

When sodium sulfite is oxidized, sodium sulphate is formed, and the unoxidized sulfite ion is reacted with hydrochloric acid to become sulphur dioxide, and cesium chloride is added. Only the sulphate ion which was originally oxidized reacts with cerium ion to form cerium sulfate. precipitation.

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