Ammonium Sulphate is also known as sulphuric acid diammonium salt or diammonium sulphate. It doesn't smell and can easily dissolved in water. Our product tastes salty and appears as a solid, translucent white. This offering is mostly used as manure for soil that includes 24% sulphur and 21% nitrogen. In aqueous solutions, the inorganic salt ammonium sulphate dissociates into ammonium (NH4)+ and sulphate (SO4)2-. Since it settles the protein structure, is profoundly soluble, has a somewhat low density, is easily accessible, and is generally affordable, ammonium sulphate is particularly useful as a precipitant.