phosphonic acid

(redirected from Phosphonic acids)
Also found in: Encyclopedia.

phosphonic acid

(fɒsˈfɒnɪk)
n
(Elements & Compounds) the systematic name for phosphorous acid
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Although they are structurally similar to PFCAs and PFSAs, there is a paucity of literature on perfluoroalkyl phosphinic and phosphonic acids (PFPiAs and PFPAs, respectively), which have the general structure of [F[(C[F.
Chemists from Europe and the US discuss zirconium phosphate nanoparticles and their properties; chemistry at the surface and interlayer space of layered organic-inorganic hybrid materials; phosphonates in matrices; hybrid materials based on multifunctional phosphonic acids; hybrid multifunctional materials based on phosphonates, phosphinates, and auxiliary ligands; hybrid and biohybrid materials based on layered clays; fine-tuning the functionality of inorganic surfaces using phosphonate chemistry; photofunctional polymer/layered silicate hybrids by intercalation and polymerization chemistry; rigid phosphonic acids as building blocks for crystalline hybrid materials; and drug carriers based on zirconium phosphate nanoparticles.
Venkataraman and Young developed a foamable fluoropolymer material consisting of a partially-crystalline melt processable perfluoropolymer and a foam nucleator based on sulfonic and phosphonic acids.