hypophosphite


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hy·po·phos·phite

 (hī′pō-fŏs′fīt′)
n.
The univalent anionic group H2PO2, derived from hypophosphorous acid, or a compound containing this group.

hypophosphite

(ˌhaɪpəˈfɒsfaɪt)
n
(Chemistry) any salt of hypophosphorous acid
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Figure 3 depicts polarization curves for different suspensions containing zinc hypophosphite. One of these systems was similar to the commercially available anticorrosive blend.
The hypophosphite in an EN solution is subject to thermal breakdown at temperatures above 60 [degrees] C.
The reducing agents commonly used in the wet chemical reduction synthesis include formaldehyde [24], ascorbic acid [25], sodium hypophosphite [26], potassium borohydride and sodium [6, 27], and hydrazine hydrate [28].
Liu, L, Shen, B, Hu, W, "Electroless Copper Plating on PET Fabrics Using Hypophosphite as Reducing Agent." Surf.
Paul, "Microwave assisted greener synthesis of nickel nanoparticles using sodium hypophosphite," Materials Letters, vol.
M2 PRESSWIRE-September 3, 2019-: $890 Million Sodium Hypophosphite Market - Global Forecast to 2025
hypophosphite salts such as calcium hypophosphite, magnesium hypophosphite, and sodium hypophosphite, among others, are prevalently used in synthesis of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, electroplating, and water treatments applications.
[40] reported on flame retardancy and mechanical properties of melt blended glass fiber reinforced 70/30 w/ w PLA/PC filled with aluminum hypophosphite; and co-addition of aluminum phosphinate and metal oxides (i.e., at 10 wt%) to commercial poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyvalerate) (PHBV)/poly(butylene adipate-co-terephthalate) (PBAT) blend.
"Rapid synthesis of copper nanoparticles by sodium hypophosphite reduction in ethylene glycol under microwave irradiation".
During the cross-linking reaction, high temperature and use of catalyst are very important conditions, where the reaction temperature should be always above 100[degrees]C and the catalyst used should be sodium hypophosphite (SHP) [10, 12].
Nonformaldehyde durable press finishing of cotton fabrics using the combination of maleic acid and sodium hypophosphite. Carbohydrate Polymers, 87(1), 491-499.
One of the reasons could be the low redox potential of Cu ions compared to Ag ions, which requires the synthesis at elevated temperatures or the use of weak reducing agents such as either sodium hypophosphite or sodium borohydride along with alcohol that enhances the overall reducing ability of the system [29-31].