pentoxide


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pent·ox·ide

 (pĕnt-ŏk′sīd′)
n.
A compound having five atoms of oxygen combined with another element.

pentoxide

(pɛntˈɒksaɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) an oxide of an element with five atoms of oxygen per molecule

pent•ox•ide

(pɛnˈtɒk saɪd)

n.
an oxide containing five atoms of oxygen, as phosphorus pentoxide, P2O5.
[1860–65]
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Noun1.pentoxide - an oxide containing five atoms of oxygen in the molecule
oxide - any compound of oxygen with another element or a radical
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However, prices of vanadium pentoxide were volatile in the reporting period, starting the year at around USD16 a pound before falling to around USD7 a pound by the end of June.
Since December of 2018, Evraz Stratcor has been processing vanadium concentrate, supplied by USV, into Vanadium Pentoxide ('V2O5') at its Hot Springs facility under a tolling agreement with USV.
Since December of 2018, Evraz Stratcor has been processing vanadium concentrate, supplied by USV, into Vanadium Pentoxide ("V2O5") at its Hot Springs facility under a tolling agreement with USV.
These superphosphates do not have more than 22 percent of phosphorus pentoxide. Superphosphates are the crucial factor for the healthy growth of plants as they can be functional in high concentration to plants ranging from household ones to agricultural crops.
The mill has produced about 45M pounds of vanadium pentoxide, or V2O5, during its nearly 40-year operating history.
In 1998, preliminary estimation of resources of iron, titanium oxide and vanadium amounted to: ore - 1,428.84 million tons, Fe2O3 content - 16.47%, TiO2 - 3.54%, V2O5 - 0.06%, Co - 0.05%; metal: iron - 234.9 million tons, titanium oxide - 50.6 million tons, vanadium pentoxide - 0.806 million tons, cobalt - 0.85 million tons.
(13) Furthermore, niobium pentoxide has shown to promote mineral deposition when in contact to artificial saliva.
Vanadium pentoxide is used in ceramics and as a catalyst for the production of sulfuric acid.