phosphite


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phos·phite

(fos'fīt),
A salt of phosphorous acid.
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The next generation of nonylphenol-free phosphite technology from US-based Addivant (Middlebury, Connecticut; www.
Phosphonate specie resulting from phosphite hydrolysis by moisture or generated after phosphite reaction with polyester carboxyl and hydroxyl chain ends were also found to be effective suppressors of these transreaction [11,12].
ADEKA is planning to supply these high performance phosphite and antioxidants globally at competitive price.
Range of phenolic and phosphite antioxidants for various polymers includes Lowinox TBM6 thiobisphenol antioxidant, which has a synergistic effect with carbon black, for use in PE cables and pipes.
The project also expects to demonstrate the effectiveness of phosphite treatments in tackling Phytophthora pathogens and improving the health of forests.
A sister JV with the same partners, Gulf Stabilisers Group (GSG), is having a plant in Jubail to make 5,700 t/y of phenolic and phosphite anti-oxidants, used mainly to stabilise polymerisation.
Triphenyl phosphite (TPP) was used as an electron donor material.
com/research/114dfa/potassium_phosphit) has announced the addition of the "Potassium phosphite (CAS 13492-26-7) Market Research Report 2010" report to their offering.
Smith cites two trends that are spurring development of new additives, such as a high-performance liquid phosphite antioxidant that is already commercial in Europe and is expected to debut here in the fourth quarter.
As a subsidiary of Verdesian, Biagro Western will continue to provide customers with innovative solutions that specialize in plant nutrition, phosphite fertilizers, plant protectants and seed treatments, under the Biagro Western name.
Another product long favored by many players in the polymer industry is liquid phosphite antioxidants, which are easy to handle and dose.