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aluminum phosphate

[ə′lüm·ə·nəm ′fäs‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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5, but when you apply, say phosphorous on soil with high acidity (pH of below 5), then phosphorous is tied up by aluminium and iron to form a complex compound like Aluminium phosphate, held so tightly that the plant is unable to absorb the phosphorous.
The children were died of a poisonous chemical, Aluminium Phosphate, which was bought without any tender, reads the report.
Some fungal strains are able to solubilize rock phosphate, aluminium phosphate and tricalcium phosphate (Kang et al., 2002).
Furthermore there has been the issue of dealing with acidulants in baking powders, specifically Sodium Aluminium Phosphate (SALP) and Sodium Acid Pyrophosphates (SAPP).
The main signal points to a dominant production of sodium phosphate (aluminium phosphate was converted into sodium phosphate in the presence of sodium hydroxide), due to its position at around 6 ppm.
Mr Flower added that the cause of death was respiratory arrest resulting from aluminium phosphate toxicity.