Schlippe's salt

noun Schlip·pe's salt \ˈshlipəz-\

Definition of Schlippe's salt

  1. :  a crystalline salt Na3SbS4.9H2O used as an intensifier in photography; sodium thioantimonate

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Origin and Etymology of schlippe's salt

after Karl Friedrich von Schlippe †1867 German chemist

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