Sodium sulphate



noun
1.
a solid white substance that occurs naturally as thenardite and is usually used as the white anhydrous compound (salt cake) or the white crystalline decahydrate (Glauber’s salt) in making glass, detergents, and pulp. Formula: Na2SO4

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