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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Several compounds known to catalyze polycondensations and transcondensations, such as hypophosphites, triphenylphosphite, and dibutyltindilaurate, were tested without much success.
Genas, M., "Hypophosphorous Acid and Hypophosphites as Catalyzers of Condensation of Monoamino Monocarboxylic Acids," U.S.A.
This study examines the catalytic effect of sodium hypophosphite (SHP).
The joint effects of sodium hypophosphite (SHP) catalyst and water content on the reaction kinetics of nylon 612 polyamidation were investigated in the high-temperature and low-water-concentration regime that is encountered in the fi nal stages of industrial melt-phase polyamidation processes.
Ables, "Nucleation of Polyamides in the Presence of Hypophosphite," U.S.A.