phosphonic acid


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phosphonic acid

(fɒsˈfɒnɪk)
n
(Elements & Compounds) the systematic name for phosphorous acid
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Through phosphorate biochemistry research, Zechel is striving to find ways to mimic the enzymes in bacteria that naturally break down glyphosate, a phosphonic acid.
The herbicide glyphosate, for being a phosphonic acid, can act in the direct degradation of chlorophyll a, through demetallation, forming complex with the magnesium ion, and in the indirect degradation, through immobilization of magnesium and manganese, necessary for the formation of chlorophyll and photosynthesis, respectively (Bernards et al.
The results showed traces of sopropyl methyl phosphonic acid, the metabolite of sarin, a banned nerve agent.
Fosfomycin trometamol is a phosphonic acid derivative, which acts by inhibiting biosynthesis of peptidoglycans required for bacterial cell wall synthesis.
This is how it came to the attention of Monsanto Company in the course of its research to develop phosphonic acid type water softening agents through testing over 100 chemical substances related to aminomethyl phosphonic acid (AMPA).
Fosfomycin is a phosphonic acid derivative with antibacterial activity against a wide range of gram-negative pathogens and some gram-positive pathogens.
Then it was applied to an affinity column (1x5 cm) of p-aminobenzyl phosphonic acid - Agarose that was equilibrated in the same buffer.
In this work, PVPA is used as acid functional polymer because it can be easily produced by free radical polymerization with high yields and contains high concentration of phosphonic acid groups.
The method entails providing an article that has been contacted with a triglyceride sunscreen component; washing the article; rinsing the article; drying the article; and a phosphonic acid chelating agent to competitively chelate with the sunscreen components to reduce or eliminate strong metal complexes formed by the sunscreen components, during or prior to or after the article is laundered in the washing step.
Determination of glyphosate and its major metabolite (aminomethyl) phosphonic acid by high-performance liquid chromatography after derivatization with p-toluenesulphonyl chloride.
1959) Isolation of 2-aminoethane phosphonic acid from rumen protozoa.