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Sulfate, chemical mixture containing sulfur and oxygen. Sulfates are usually formed in crystals. Epsom salt and gypsum are two common sulfates. Most sulfates are water soluble, but some, such as lead sulfates, are not. Industrial uses for sulfates include fabric printing and dying and the manufacture of medicine and varnishes.

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