orthophosphoric acid

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orthophosphoric acid

(ˌɔːθəʊfɒsˈfɒrɪk)
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(Elements & Compounds) a colourless soluble solid tribasic acid used in the manufacture of fertilizers and soaps. Formula: H3PO4. Also called: phosphoric acid
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Noun1.orthophosphoric acid - an acid used in fertilizers and soaps: H3PO4
oxyacid, oxygen acid - any acid that contains oxygen
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It is reported that addition of lime makes it possible to remove 85-90% of the inorganic orthophosphates present in wastewater.
Calcium orthophosphates are of limited use as the main materials for orthopedics and dentistry due to the poor mechanical properties (they are very fragile and hard).
According to the researchers, the system needs more chemicals such as orthophosphates and chlorine to move through pipelines and plumbing fixtures in order to combat lead contamination and bacteria growth; none of which can happen if the residents are not using the water supply frequently.
Some specific subjects include calcium phosphate-reinforced polyester nanocomposites for bone regeneration applications, biocomposites and hybrid biomaterials of calcium orthophosphates with polymers, and curcumin-loaded polymeric nanoparticles for treatment of cancer.
The chemical analysis of water determined a high content of suspended substances, nutrients, ammonium ion, total nitrogen, organic matter with low degradability, total organic carbon, orthophosphates, total phosphorus, arsenic and chromium.
They also discuss the preparation of tissue development, decellularized scaffolds for cardiac tissue engineering and whole-organ regeneration, three-dimensional electrospun nanofiber scaffolds, nanofibrous scaffolds, nanodimensional and nanocrystalline calcium orthophosphates, and cell behavior and electrospun scaffolds.
phosphates can be inorganic form (include orthophosphates and poly phosphates) or organic form(organically bound phosphates).
The book begins with an overview of the role of orthophosphates in dental and bone grafting applications.
3[degrees]C), low water transparency (<100 cm), anoxic conditions (DO <1 mg/L) in the hypolimnion from June to September, and high concentration of orthophosphates.
Some studies in the USA indicated that P uptake was enhanced by the supply of P as APP as compared with orthophosphates (Godfrey et al.
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