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Ammonium thiosulfate is made reacting ammonia, sulfur dioxide and sulfur (in water). The reaction proceeds via two steps. First ammonium sulfite is made which reacts with the sulfur to give the ammonium thiosulfate.
W. Büchner, R. Schliebs, G. Winter, K.H. Büchel, Industrial Inorganic Chemistry, VCH, 1989
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