orthophosphate


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or·tho·phos·phate

(ōr'thō-fos'fāt),
A salt or ester of orthophosphoric acid.

or·tho·phos·phate

(ōr'thō-fos'fāt)
A salt or ester of orthophosphoric acid.
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31]P NMR spectra of the topsoil NaOH-EDTA extracts identified the majority of extractable P as orthophosphate and monoester P (Fig.
The spectrophotometric method (LAND 38-2000, LAND 58-2003) was used for determination of contents of ammonium nitrogen and orthophosphate phosphorus.
Madison determined that the long-term costs of orthophosphate would be greater than the cost of total lead service line replacement and that replacing lead service lines would reduce lead levels more than dosing with orthophosphate would.
b) Colourimetric determination of dissolved orthophosphate using spectrophotometer.
The chemical parameters tested were dissolved oxygen, carbon dioxide, pH, chloride, nitrate-nitrogen, nitrate, ammonia-nitrogen, hardness, orthophosphate, sulfide and silica.
Microwave approach for the synthesis of rhabdophane-type lanthanide orthophosphate (Ln = La, Ce, Nd, Sm, Eu, Gd and Tb) nanorods under solvothermal conditions.
The 18in high machine contains silver orthophosphate, a solid yellow powder which can seriously damage the eyes.
As a result, and in order to meet an EU Drinking Water Directive, the decision was taken to introduce the orthophosphate treatment to counter the lead.
Laboratory analysis of orthophosphate, nitrate, alkalinity, hardness, ammonia, and suspended solids were performed at CMSU's Water Quality Laboratory.
As both RenaZorb "B" and "H" and lanthanum carbonate tetra hydrate (benchmark drug) all react with phosphate to eventually result in the formation of insoluble lanthanum orthophosphate in the gut, the ability of each drug to increase pH to levels at which lanthanum orthophosphate is most insoluble may be a highly desirable and useful property.
11) Orthophosphate (up to ninety-seven per cent of the dissolved fraction) (12) is considered to be the most bioavailable form of phosphorus as algae can use it without any energy expenditure.