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Phosphates and phosphoric acid
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Pierre Becker with contributions by Tobias Nogueira, Paul Anthony Smith, Jean Frochen ; selected illustrations by Nathalie Becker.|
|Series||Fertilizer science and technology series ;, v. 3|
|LC Classifications||TP217.P5 B4 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 585 p. :|
|Number of Pages||585|
|LC Control Number||83006219|
Phosphoric acid is produced from fluorapatite, known as phosphate rock, 3Ca 3 (PO 4) 2, by the addition of concentrated (93%) sulfuric acid in a series of well-stirred reactors. This results in phosphoric acid and calcium sulfate (gypsum) plus other insoluble impurities. Water is added and the gypsum is removed by filtration along with. (a) Phosphoric acid, phosphates and orthophosphate Monosodium phosphate showed no maternal toxicity or teratogenic effects at dose levels up to mg/kg bw in mice and mg/kg bw in rats (Food and Drug Research Lab., Inc., a). Monopotassium phosphate showed no maternal toxicity or teratogenic effects at dose levels up to mg/kg bw in.
The storage and transfer of phosphoric acid is the same for all the acids and does not depend on the method of production. 2. DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCTION PROCESSES Raw Materials for Phosphoric Acid Production Bones used to be the principal . Phosphoric Acid, Phosphates, and Phosphatic Fertilisers By Wm. H. Waggaman. Assisted by Henry W. Easterwood. TlHIS book is the thirty-fourth publication of Jthe American Chemical Society.
Phosphoric acid manufacturing processes 88 Manufacture of Sodium Tripolyphosphate 90 European STPP manufacturers 91 Zeolite A manufacturers in Europe 93 Conclusions 93 6. DISCHARGES OF PHOSPHORUS TO SURFACE WATERS 94 Industrial discharges of phosphorus 94 Agricultural inputs of phosphorus 94 Municipal wastewater File Size: KB. I would like to ask whether or not the "Phosphate Functional Group" itself is acidic. I understand that the compound Phosphoric Acid is very acidic, with several hydrogens. However the Phopshate itself lacks hydrogens to donate. Please clear up any misudnerstandings I am having right now. Thank you so much.
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From inside the book. Phosphates and phosphoric acid: raw materials, technology, and economics of the wet process ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects: Science › Chemistry › General. Phosphates Phosphoric acid Science / Chemistry / General Science / Chemistry / Inorganic: Export Citation.
Phosphates and Phosphoric Acid book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Covers crystal growth, nondihydrate processes, materi /5.
Phosphates and Phosphoric Acid: Raw Materials: Technology, and Economics of the Wet Process: 2nd Edition, (Fertilizer Science and Technology) 2nd Edition by Pierre Becker (Author) › Visit Amazon's Pierre Becker Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
Format: Hardcover. A phosphoric acid, in the general sense, is a phosphorus oxoacid in which each phosphorus atom is in the oxidation state +5, and is bonded to four oxygen atoms, one of them through a double bond, arranged as the corners of a or more of these PO 4 tetrahedra may be connected by shared single-bonded oxygens, forming linear or branched chains, cycles, or more complex structures.
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Dekker edition, in English - 2nd ed., rev. and : Acid Phosphate is more than just diluted phosphoric acid, it’s actually a partially neutralized solution made with salts of calcium, magnesium and potassium.
The solution has a pH between andor about the same as fresh squeezed lime juice. Phosphoric Acid: Purification, Uses, Technology, and Economics, the first and only book of its kind to be written on this topic, covers the development of purification technologies for phosphoric acid, especially solvent extraction, describing the more successful processes and setting this period in the historical context of the last years Cited by: Mostly, phosphate coatings are conversion coatings (similar to the CCCs described earlier), requiring reaction of the bare metal surface in a solution containing soluble primary metal phosphates, phosphoric acid, and various accelerators.
In the conversion mechanism, activated metal dissolution from the surface consumes protons from the. Attack of Tunisian phosphate ore by phosphoric acid.
Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry(3), DOI: /s Houda Lefires, Hayet Medini, Adel Megriche, Arbi Mgaidi. Dissolution of Calcareous Phosphate Rock from Cited by: A.I. Al-Mosawi, in Lightweight Composite Structures in Transport, Phosphorus-containing flame retardants.
This category generally includes phosphate esters, ammonium orthophosphates, ammonium polyphosphates, and red retardants are oxidized during combustion to phosphorus oxide, which turns into a phosphoric acid on its interaction with water.
The fully deprotonated conjugate base of phosphoric acid is called a phosphate ion, or inorganic phosphate (often abbreviated '\(P_i\)'). When two phosphate groups are linked to each other, the linkage itself is referred to as a 'phosphate anhydride', and the compound is called 'inorganic pyrophosphate' (often abbreviated \(PP_i\)).
The initial interest in manufacturing phosphoric acid for fertilizers probably seems from Justus Von Liebig's significant book entitled Organic Chemistry in its Application to Agriculture and Physiology ().
In this book Liebig stated that the insoluble phosphate present in bones and mineral phosphate, through treatment with sulfuric acid. Phosphoric Acid: Purification, Uses, Technology, and Economics, the first and only book of its kind to be written on this topic, covers the development of purification technologies for phosphoric acid, especially solvent extraction, describing the more successful processes and setting this period in the historical context of the last years.
Phosphoric acid chemistry has limitless features. In this article, we have gathered a collection of eloquent experimental facts where the primordial phosphoric acid, combined with Zr metal and other chemicals, led to the building of inorganic-organic 2D and 3D structures that can play a Cited by: 1.
The rise and rationalization of the industrial phosphates industry have gone hand in hand with the development and maturation of technologies to purify phosphoric acid.
In the s and 70s, driven by the exponential sales growth of the detergent-builder sodium tripolyphosphate, chemical producers raced to develop processes that would provide a sufficiently pure phosphoric acid. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Waggaman, William Henry. Phosphoric acid, phosphates, and phosphatic fertilizers.
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The simplest member of this class is Phosphoric acid proper, also called orthophosphoric or monophosphoric acid, H 3 PO 4 (or OP(OH) 3), a triprotic forms orthophosphate salt and esters, commonly called phosphates.; The smallest compounds of this class with two or more phosphorus atoms are called "oligophosphoric acids", and the larger ones, with linear –P–O– backbones, are.
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The rise and rationalization of the industrial phosphates industry have gone hand in hand with the development and maturation of technologies to purify phosphoric acid. Phosphates and Phosphoric Acid by Pierre Becker,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(17).Phosphoric acid (in solution) is very corrosive to ordinary ferrous metals and alloys, n 54 particularly at temperatures above 85 C.
Wet phosphoric acid is much more corrosive to metals than is phosphoric acid made from elemental phosphorus because of the impurities (including fluoride) contained in .Full text of "Phosphoric Acid, Phosphates, And Phosphatic Fertilizers" See other formats.