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Re: Sodium Sulfite
"Daniel S. Katz" wrote:
> No way. It's totally different. Sodium sulfide is very non-reactive.
Probably the correct answer but to the wrong substance. :-) I think Jose
asked about sodium sulfite, and not sodium sulfide. I'm pretty sure sodium
sulfite, while reactive, is not a substitute for thiosulfate (hypo).
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