potassium phosphates

potassium phosphates

a combination of monobasic and dibasic potassium phosphates used as an electrolyte replenisher.
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Enhancing safety with potassium phosphates injection.
9%, and intravenously administered potassium chloride and potassium phosphate among the medications most commonly cause side effects in patients (Cohen 2001; Hadaway 2000; Bates et al 1995).
Salt reducers were everywhere: soy sauce derivatives with their umami flavor that can be used in a variety of foods, calcium and potassium phosphates to replace sodium phosphates in baked goods and processed meats and poultry, and ammonium glutamate to replace some of the salt in soups, snacks, and sauces.
In fertilizers, phosphorus is commonly available as ammonium phosphate and potassium phosphates.
Potassium nitrate and potassium phosphate are common forms of potassium found in fertilizers.
L-Tryptophan was obtained from Serva, L-kynurenine and 3-nitro-L-tyrosine were from Sigma, and potassium phosphates and acetonitrile for the HPLC elution buffer were from Merck.
The elution buffer was a degassed potassium phosphate solution (0.
Calcium Phosphates, Iron Phosphates, Potassium Phosphates, Magnesium Phosphates and Ferrous Sulfate