Glauber's salt

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Etymology[edit]

From the surname of the German iatrochemist Johann Glauber, who manufactured sodium sulphate in 1656, and salt.

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Glauber's salt (uncountable)

  1. (inorganic chemistry) sodium sulphate decahydrate.

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