aluminum phosphate


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aluminum phosphate

[ə′lüm·ə·nəm ′fäs‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Without significant cooling, aluminum phosphate wouldn't have crystallized.
ATFI's patented flagship product is promoted under the tradename Cerablak(TM), a new and innovative glassy material based on aluminum phosphate compositions.
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Experiments show that sufficiently high pressures can convert a crystalline form of aluminum phosphate known as alpha-berlinite into an apparently disordered, or glassy, solid.
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.
In this safety study, rabbits were immunized with a placebo or the RSV-F vaccine at a dose of 3 or 30 micrograms with or without an aluminum phosphate adjuvant to boost immunogenicity.