pentoxide


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pen·tox·ide

(pen-tok'sīd),
An oxide containing five oxygen atom, for example, phosphorus pentoxide, P2O5.

pentoxide

(pĕn-tŏk′sīd)
A chemical molecule containing five atoms of oxygen.
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Mineral deposition at dental adhesive resin containing niobium pentoxide. Appl Adhes Sci.
I[C.sub.50] values for [V.sub.2][O.sub.5] Cell line I[C.sub.50] 12 h I[C.sub.50] 24 h Human fibroblast cells 136.741 [micro]M 101.18 [micro]M Colo-205 118.58 [micro]M 145.29 [micro]M MCF-7 64.14 [micro]M 219.82 [micro]M [V.sub.2][O.sub.5]: Vanadium pentoxide, Colo-205: Colorectal cancer cell line, I[C.sub.50]: Inhibitory concentration
The crystallization temperature at different heating rates (a) have been plotted as a function of vanadium pentoxide ([V.sub.2][O.sub.5]) concentration (Fig.
For tantalum pentoxide, ionic polarization is the main polarization mechanism [16].
In the hydrated vanadium pentoxide [V.sub.2][O.sub.5] x n[H.sub.2]O (n = 1.6-1.8), the internal electrochromic effect (IECE) is observed without the use of an external electrolyte [13].
Tapia-Rodriguez et al., "Vanadium pentoxide prevents NK-92MI cell proliferation and IFN-[gamma] secretion through sustained JAK3 phosphorylation," Journal of Immunotoxicology, vol.
Titanium dioxide (Ti[O.sub.2]) and vanadium pentoxide ([V.sub.2][O.sub.5]) thin films have drawn considerable attention with their outstanding properties that make them key elements for optical coatings [1], gas sensors [2], electrode materials for Li ion batteries [3], and electrochromic devices [4].
Vanadium pentoxide powder is melted in a muffle furnace at a temperature of 670[degrees]C.
The experiment initiated with the aqueous mixtures of calcium nitrate tetrahydrate [Ca[(N[O.sub.3]).sub.2] x 4[H.sub.2]O] and phosphorus pentoxide ([P.sub.2][O.sub.5]) in ethanol solution and the molar ratio of both chemicals were 10:6.
The Clear Hills represents one of the largest compliant resources of vanadium pentoxide in the world (2.45 billion pounds).
According to a study, published on 29 May by the European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform, each year the EU imports 3.4 million tonnes of P205 (phosphorus pentoxide) at a price of around 600 euro per tonne.
The latter were incendiaries - used because the phosphorous pentoxide gas burned brightly and provided a beacon for further strikes.