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strontium sulphate


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A white solid, SrSO4; r.d. 3.96; m.p. 1605°C. It can be made by dissolving strontium oxide, hydroxide, or carbonate in sulphuric acid. It is used as a pigment in paints and ceramic glazes and to provide a red colour in fireworks.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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