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Ammonium oxalate, C2H8N2O4 (sometimes written as (NH4)2C2O4), is an oxalate salt with ammonium (sometimes as a monohydrate). It is a constituent of some types of kidney stone. Found also in guano.
- The International Pharmacopoeia, p.1292, Volume 1, World Health Organization, 2006 ISBN 92-4-156301-X.
- N G Coley, "The collateral sciences in the work of Golding Bird (1814-1854)", Medical History, iss.4, vol.13, October 1969, pp.372.
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