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Sodium sulfate: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Unlike the alternative ________, it does not corrode the stainless steel vessels used in dyeing.
Sodium sulfateSodium chlorideSodium carbonateSodium hydroxide

Question 2: Sodium sulfate is important in the manufacture of ________, particularly in Japan, where it is the largest application.
TextileWeavingTextile printingSilk

Question 3: The second major production of sodium sulfate are the processes where surplus sulfuric acid is neutralised by sodium hydroxide, as applied on a large scale in the production of ________.
NylonCottonRayonSilk

Question 4: [18] It is more efficient, but slower-acting, than the similar agent ________.
Magnesium sulfateSorbitolCalcium gluconateAntiarrhythmic agent

Question 5:
What is Sodium sulfate also known as?
uranyl ammonium carbonate
Benzodpyridazine
Sal mirabilis
Silicon terbium

Question 6: In 1990, Mexico and Spain were the world's main producers of natural sodium sulfate (each around 500,000 tonnes), with Russia, USA and ________ around 350,000 tonnes each.
BarbadosCanadaUnited StatesUnited Kingdom

Question 7: Bulk sodium sulfate is usually purified via the decahydrate form, since the anhydrous form tends to attract ________ compounds and organic compounds.
ChromiumIronOxygenZinc

Question 8: Glauber's salt, the decahydrate, was historically used as a ________.
ChemotherapyLaxativeAnalgesicAntacid

Question 9: Alternatively, sodium sulfate is or was formed in the production of lithium carbonate, chelating agents, resorcinol, ________, silica pigments, nitric acid, and phenol.
Pyrroloquinoline quinoneAscorbic acidPyridoxal phosphateBiotin

Question 10: Other uses for sodium sulfate include de-frosting windows, in carpet fresheners, ________ manufacture, and as an additive to cattle feed.
GlucoseStarchCelluloseSucrose
















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