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Fieser's solution


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A solution for removing dioxygen from any other nonacidic, nonoxidizing gas. It contains potassium hydroxide, anthraquinone β‐sulfonate, and sodium thiosulfate. Red when fresh, it becomes colourless when exhausted. [After Louis Frederick Fieser (1899–1977), US chemist.]

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