Phosphinic

Phos`phin´ic


a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or designating, certain acids analogous to the phosphonic acids, but containing two hydrocarbon radicals, and derived from the secondary phosphines by oxidation.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Rise in demand for Hypophosphorous Acid as chemical intermediates, supported by its increasing utilization for producing Hypophosphite Salts, phosphinic acid and decolourisation of several chemical, among others, have been the major driving factors responsible for its growth.
Comparative assessment of the environmental hazards of and exposure to perfluoroalkyl phosphonic and phosphinic acids (PFPAs and PFPiAs): current knowledge, gaps, challenges and research needs.
Liu, "Flotation behavior and adsorption mechanism of [alpha]-hydroxyoctyl phosphinic acid to malachite," Minerals Engineering, vol.
Wester, "Phosphinic acid functionalized polyazacycloalkane chelators for radiodiagnostics and radiotherapeutics: Unique characteristics and applications," Chem Med Chem, vol.
Holmberg et al., "(R)-(3-Amino-2- fluoropropyl) phosphinic acid (AZD3355), a novel GABAB receptor agonist, inhibits transient lower esophageal sphincter relaxation through a peripheral mode of action," The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, vol.
De Silva is the lead author in a recently published Environmental Science & Technology article describing the presence of perfluoroalkyl phosphinic acids (PFPIAs), which are perfluoroalkyl acids (PFAAs), in the blood of three major fish-eating species in North America.
[8] synthesized a novel nitrogen-phosphorus flame retardant CMA by using 2-carboxyethyl(phenyl) phosphinic acid reacting with melamine in aqueous solution, and prepared halogen-free flame retardant flexible polyurethane foams by filling CMA, results showed that CMA endowed polyurethane with good flame resistance.
Pliszczak, and P Wieczorek, "Herbicidal activity of phosphonic, phosphinic, and phosphonous acid analogues of phenylglycine and phenylalanine," Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, vol.
3-Aminopropyl diethoxymethylphosphinic acid (CGP35348) is GABA mimetic containing a phosphinic acid moiety which is a centrally active blocker of [GABA.sub.B] receptors.
Replacement of carboxylic acid arms with phosphinic arms increased selectivity for binding and forms complexes more efficiently.
The phosphinic acid is capable of binding to ACE in a manner similar to enalapril.
The new facility doubles the capacity for DEPAL (diethyl phosphinic acid aluminum salt)-based FRs.