In the ancient reactor, the aluminum phosphate
captured almost all the noble gases, effectively reducing environmental contamination, Meshik notes.
As in lagoon treatment, alum or PACI added to a reservoir or lake forms an aluminum phosphate
precipitate that removes phosphorus from the water column.
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To determine why aluminum phosphate
shows such a remarkable recovery when other crystalline materials do not, John S.
Jeanloz conjectures that the memory effect of aluminum phosphate
, and of several other crystals tested, depends on the experiment's room-temperature conditions, which probably prevent the squeezed ions from wandering more than a smidgen from their original sites.
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Phosphorus solubilizers solubilize insoluble form of phosphate such as tricalcium phosphate and aluminum phosphates
into the available form.
For example, at a low pH, phosphorus is precipitated as iron and aluminum phosphates
which are relatively insoluble and unavailable.