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  1. Sodium Sulfate. Oral sodium sulfate (OSS) (Suprep or Suclear, Braintree Laboratories, Braintree, MA) is a hyperosmotic prep that is not associated with significant fluid shifts and electrolyte derangements, owning to the fact that sulfate is a poorly absorbed anion. From: Clinical Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Third Edition), 2019. Download as PDF.

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  3. May 22, 2017 · In the textile industry, sodium sulfate is an ideal compound for dyeing textiles, because it does not corrode the stainless steel vessels as sodium chloride (which can also be used to dye textiles) does. Sodium sulfate allows the dyes to penetrate evenly because it reduces the negative chargers on the fibers. 4. Medical Treatments

  4. Abstract Denture stomatitis, periodontitis, and peri-implantitis are the growing problems in restorative dentistry. Chemicals play an important role as an adjuvant to mechanical cleaning of teeth, implants, surrounding tissues, and prostheses. Current mouth rinses are reported to affect the tissues and prostheses if used on a long-term basis.

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  5. Sodium sulfate is used as a fining agent, to help remove small air bubbles from molten glass. It fluxes the glass, and prevents scum formation of the glass melt during refining. The glass industry in Europe has been consuming from 1970 to 2006 a stable 110,000 tonnes annually. [16]

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