pentoxide


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Related to pentoxide: vanadium pentoxide, Nitrogen pentoxide, Arsenic pentoxide, Diphosphorus pentoxide

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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However, the barrier layer at the bottom of the pores may be the sub-oxides rather than the pentoxide which would be the more stable phase in the bulk environment.
It can be seen that the DS of the P-chitin increased with increasing the mole ratio of phosphorous pentoxide.
Three substances for which there were no previous IARC evaluations have now been evaluated and classified: gallium arsenide is classified as a Group I human carcinogen, indium phosphide as a Group 2A (probable) human carcinogen, and vanadium pentoxide as a Group 2B (possible) human carcinogen (IARC, in press a).
Figure 1 shows the total copper oxide, chromium trioxide, and arsenic pentoxide retention in CCA-treated guardrail posts from different horizontal positions (outer, middle, and inner) and vertical positions (top, middle, and bottom).
Arsenic pentoxide - used as a wood preservative and in pesticides - is highly toxic if inhaled or eaten and in extreme cases can cause cancer.
2] mol of the following phosphorus precursors were added to the calcium precursor solution; phosphoric acid, phosphorous pentoxide refluxed with 1-proponal, and triethylphosphite.
This should cause a shortage of pentoxide for converters elsewhere as South Africa is at present responsible for 80% of the Western world's seaborne trade in vanadium.
In contrast, porosity may be lowered by the addition of phosphorous pentoxide at the sacrifice of system purity in high alumina or alumina-chrome brick.
As the gas and ammonia contact vanadium pentoxide on the catalyst's surface, NO.
Tenders are invited for supply of vanadium pentoxide
Crucially, in light of the recent announcements in South Africa by Evraz Highveld, the report provides a breakdown of the supply and availability of feedstock, pentoxide and ferrovanadium, broken down by country, and by producer.