polyphosphate


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Noun1.polyphosphate - a salt or ester of polyphosphoric acid
salt - a compound formed by replacing hydrogen in an acid by a metal (or a radical that acts like a metal)
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But, processing techniques like polyphosphate additives, which can enhance the survival of Campylobacter in poultry products, could possibly interfere with the efficiency of proposed intervention technologies like flash freezing, high hydrostatic pressure, UV light or the application of organic acids.
6]-bisfethylenediamino)-1,3,5-triazine-A-phenyl phosphonate]) and ammonium polyphosphate (APP) has been demonstrated, resulting in high flame retardant efficiency indicated by a limited oxygen index of 32% and a V-0 rating in UL-94.
INPP5J encodes inositol polyphosphate 5-phosphatase J; its role as a second messenger in signal transduction has been well established in many cell types involved in skeletal muscle signaling (Moschella et al.
An example water solution consists of 69-81 wt% water, 1-20 wt% ammonium polyphosphate, 4-5 wt% sodium borate, 4-5 wt% boric acid, and 0.
Over several months this team gathered preponderant evidence that Z1 is a form of polyphosphate salt, namely sodium hexametaphosphate.
Fire retardant mechanism analysis between ammonium polyphosphate and triphenyl phosphate in unsaturated polyester resin, Polymer Degradation and Stability 97(9): 1801-1806.
It found halogen-free flame retardants (HFFRs), such as Exolit OP and Exolit AP based on ammonium polyphosphate, offered similar fire performance and technical application capabilities as BFRs while producing less smoke and less undesirable components in smoke.
Fortunately, a polyphosphate compound found in almost all cells has been shown to inhibit this deterioration.
Magnesium aluminum polyphosphate hydrate is a newer material offered by SNCZ that the company claims was de-veloped to match the salt spray performance of strontium chromate in coil coatings.
The study builds on several years of research into a once-overlooked feature of microbial cells, a region with a high concentration of polyphosphate, a type of energy currency in cells.
The key lies in its two main active components - Stannous fluoride, which stops bacteria breeding and plugs the microscopic holes that lead to sensitivity (most toothpastes contain sodium fluoride); and polyphosphate, which whitens teeth.