phosphonic acid


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phosphonic acid

[fä′sfän·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
ROP(OH)2, where R is an organic radical such as C6H5-, as in phenylphosphonic acid.
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Residue determination of glyphosate, glufosinate and aminomethyl phosphonic acid in water and soil samples by liquid chromatography coupled to electrospray tandem mass spectrometry.
This is consistent with the literature where it was found that phenyl phosphonic acid modified halloysite can disrupt both the pyrolysis and combustion process in PA6/halloysite nanocomposites [28].
Perfluorinated phosphonic acids in Canadian surface waters and wastewater treatment plant effluent: discovery of a new class of perfluorinated acids.
[27.] Phillips, M.J., et al., Surface modification of bioceramics by grafting of tailored allyl phosphonic acid. Advances in Applied Ceramics, 2013.
For example, a phosphonic acid bound in tridentate form should result in just a broad band within 900-1200 [cm.sup.-1] and the total disappearance of the normal P=O and P-O=H bands.
In each of these spectra, we can clearly see the presence of important bands overlapping in the 987.37-997.01 [cm.sup.-1] region, corresponding to the different vibration modes of the phosphonic acid confirming the grafting of the molecules on the surface.
Fosfomycin trometamol is a phosphonic acid derivative, which acts by inhibiting biosynthesis of peptidoglycans required for bacterial cell wall synthesis.
This is how it came to the attention of Monsanto Company in the course of its research to develop phosphonic acid type water softening agents through testing over 100 chemical substances related to aminomethyl phosphonic acid (AMPA).
Fosfomycin is a phosphonic acid derivative with antibacterial activity against a wide range of gram-negative pathogens and some gram-positive pathogens.
Then it was applied to an affinity column (1x5 cm) of p-aminobenzyl phosphonic acid - Agarose that was equilibrated in the same buffer.