hypophosphate

Related to hypophosphate: hypophosphite

hypophosphate

(ˌhaɪpəˈfɒsfeɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any salt or ester of hypophosphoric acid
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The flammability properties of blend systems (e.g., PLA/ PCL, PLA/PC, PHBV/PBAT) have also been studied using various additives including clays, graphite, aluminum hypophosphate and glass fibers [9, 22, 27, 35, 39, 40], Lin et al.
For this present work Poly Maleic Acid (PMA) and Sodium Hypophosphate were used a laboratory grade.
The basal Ni-P electroless plating bath has the following compositions: 20 g d[m.sup.-3] nickel sulfate, 24 g d[m.sup.-3] sodium hypophosphate, 33 mL d[m.sub.-3] lactic acid and 2.2 mL d[m.sup.-3] propyl acid, NaOH 12 g d[m.sub.-3], proper dispersant and additive, and nano-[Mos.sub.2] nano-parlicles 1-4 g d[m.sub.-3].
Hypophosphate enemas may be used serially, followed by bisacodyl suppositories and oral laxatives.[8] Some researchers believe successful treatment depends on a complete bowel catharsis.[22]