hypophosphites


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hypophosphites

substances, especially calcium and iron salts, which have been incorporated in patent medicine tonics for many years in the belief that they provide replacement materials for damaged nervous tissue.
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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.
Polymerization of Polyamide Forming Reactants with Hypophosphite Catalysts," U.