magnesium phosphate


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magnesium phosphate

[mag′nē·zē·əm ′fäs‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
A compound with three forms: monobasic, MgH4(PO4)2·2H2O, used in medicine and wood fireproofing; dibasic, MgHPO4·3H2O, used in medicine and as a plastics stabilizer; tribasic, Mg3(PO4)2·8H2O, used in dentifrices, as an adsorbent, and in pharmaceuticals.
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This paper will investigate the strength and toughness behavior of micro steel fiber-reinforced magnesium phosphate cement-based mortar (MSFRMM).
Infrared spectroscopy analysis showed that the enterolith was mainly composed of fatty acid calcium and magnesium phosphate. Moreover, scanning electron microscopy observation of the enterolith piece immersed in water revealed that calcium-containing layers and magnesium phosphate-containing layers constitute the multilayered structure of the enterolith (Figure 5).
The IR spectra of the ternary zinc magnesium phosphate glasses with different composition are compared in Figure 2 while their band assignments are listed in Table 1.
The conversion of struvite to magnesium phosphate ([Mg.sub.3][(P[O.sub.4]).sub.2]) as a suitable product for recycling and removal of ammonium has been studied by Stefanowicz et al.
An alternative for this type of project and for other projects requiring exceptionally rapid strength gain is a magnesium phosphate grout.
Researchers have focused on the effect of layering two cement-based materials for a finished structure and surface: 1) a conventional carbonated concrete, based on portland cement, with which technicians could obtain a material of about pH 8; and, 2) a concrete with magnesium phosphate cement binder, yielding a hydraulic conglomerate that does not require any treatment to reduce its pH due to a slightly acidic nature.
Thirty-two patients were given the magnesium carbonate (2.2g)/calcium carbonate (2.2 g) combination, 10 patients received calcium carbonate alone due to a negative history with magnesium phosphate binders and eight patients used aluminum hydroxide as their phosphate binder.
Valence Technology is a global leader in the development and manufacture of safe, long-life lithium iron magnesium phosphate advanced energy storage solutions and integrated command and control logic.
1, the main peaks of alumina appeared at d ([Angstrom]) 6.09, 3.0582, 3.0495, 2.81, 2.58, 2.43, 2.32, 2.06, 1.87, and 1.64, while peaks of magnesium phosphate appeared at d ([Angstrom]) 13.6, 9.4, 8.3, 4.21, 3.5, and 2.92, and those of zinc phosphate showed themselves at d ([Angstrom]) 4.17, 3.42, 3.07, and 2.81.
Valence Technology Incorporated (Valence) (NASDAQ: VLNC), a company focused on the development and manufacture of safe, long-life lithium iron magnesium phosphate energy storage solutions, has received a purchase order from Smith Electric Vehicles US (Smith).
Valence patented a variant of this chemistry, a lithium iron magnesium phosphate, and has supplied a lot of batteries to power the Segway Personal Transporter.
Among the many factors that can contribute to minimizing interactions, a manufacturer can separate vitamins and minerals into two individual premixes, or encapsulate certain vitamins or minerals or utilize a particular form of a specific ingredient (iodine's ingredient form may be potassium iodide and magnesium's may be magnesium phosphate; zinc's may be zinc citrate; copper's may be copper sulfate and calcium's could possibly be tricalcium phosphate, dependent upon what other ingredients are utilized in the premix).