aluminum phosphate


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aluminum phosphate

[ə′lüm·ə·nəm ′fäs‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Phosphine is the active gaseous ingredient of the pesticide aluminum phosphate (AP) and is liberated upon contact of AP with moisture in the environment.
This is the first study that reports that an inactivated whole virus vaccine with an aluminum phosphate adjuvant system against influenza A (H5N1) was safe and immunogenic in humans after only 1 injection.
Other sources of aluminum may include antacids, drinking water, and common food additives such as sodium aluminum phosphate, an ingredient in baking powder and commercially processed baked goods.
Alum binds to phosphate, forming aluminum phosphate, which is less susceptible to losses in runoff.
Levona is novel in that it offers comparable controlled release to current agents in the market, for example sodium aluminum phosphate or sodium acid pyrophosphate.
But xenon did appear in cavities containing aluminum phosphate, a uranium-flee mineral.
45 mg of aluminum in the form of aluminum hydroxide and aluminum phosphate as adjuvants, 5.
Aluminum phosphate more frequently produced complete relief of moderate to severe heartburn at 60 minutes compared with placebo (P [is less than] .
Turquoise will also dissolve, bringing hydrous aluminum phosphate.
The triple antigen, DPT, which is the Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus vaccine, contains the following poisons: formaldehyde, mercury, and aluminum phosphate, and that's from the 1980 Physicians Desk Reference.