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The esterification of thujopsene with bismuth(III) sulfate in carboxylic acids yeilds esters in 30%. Bismuth(III) sulfateis used as analytics reagents and medicine, it is also used in pharmaceutical industry. It is used to determine other metal sulphate salts.
Abe Kazuo,; Ito Masaaki. The esterification of thujopsene with bismuth(III) sulfate in carboxylic acids.. Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn.. 1978, 51 (1), 319-320,.
H.Y Chen,; L Wu,; C. Ren,; Q.Z Luo,; Z.H Xie,; X Jiang,; S.P Zhu,; Y.K Xia,; Y.R Luo.The effect and mechanism of bismuth doped lead oxide on the performance of lead-acid batteries . Journal of Power Sources. 2001, 95(1-2), 108-118.
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