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Sodium disulfite is made by adding sulfur dioxide to a solution of sodium hydrogen sulfite in 60% sodium hydroxide. The salt is recovered by centrifugation.
W. Büchner, R. Schliebs, G. Winter, K.H. Büchel, Industrial Inorganic Chemistry, VCH, 1989
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|Sulfur dioxide||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|Sodium sulfite||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|Sodium hydroxide Catalyst||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|Sodium disulfite||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
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