aluminum phosphate


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a·lu·mi·num phos·phate

an infusible powder, insoluble in water but soluble in alkali hydroxides, used for dental cements with calcium sulfate and sodium silicate.

a·lu·mi·num phos·phate

(ă-lūmi-nŭm fosfāt)
Infusible powder used for dental cements with calcium sulfate and sodium silicate.

a·lu·mi·num phos·phate

(ă-lūmi-nŭm fosfāt)
Infusible powder used for dental cements with calcium sulfate and sodium silicate.
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"In the ancient reactor, the aluminum phosphate captured almost all the noble gases, effectively reducing environmental contamination, Meshik notes.
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To determine why aluminum phosphate shows such a remarkable recovery when other crystalline materials do not, John S.
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First, Jeanloz and Kruger surround their crystals with a fluid to ensure even pressure distribution around the samples, in this case the berlinite form of aluminum phosphate.
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.