orthophosphate


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orthophosphate

[¦ȯr·thə′fäs‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
One of the possible salts of orthophosphoric acid; the general formula is M3PO4, where M may be potassium as in potassium orthophosphate, K3PO4.
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In the light of another study conducted in parallel for the same water system (Ghosh & Biswas, 2015 b), macroinvertebrate density and standing biomass in the Chhariganga oxbow lake were observed to be strongly and positively correlated with the lake's BOD, orthophosphate content, and sediment organic content.
31]P NMR spectrum of each soil was due to orthophosphate (5.
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Significant differences were observed between the morning and afternoon to dissolved oxygen, pH, ammonia nitrogen, nitrate, soluble orthophosphate (p< 0.
Soil analysis was also performed and the following values were determined: pH, an amount of microorganisms (CFU/g), residual fat content (g/kg), contents of ammonium nitrogen and orthophosphate phosphorus, and C/N ratio.
The other types required pretreatment for conversion to the orthophosphate from for analysis.
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A core element of the platform is TrueSense Online for Cooling, a single unified online technology that can directly measure and monitor multiple core chemistries that are applied for effective cooling water treatment such as orthophosphate for corrosion control; proprietary polymers for deposit control; and the management of halogens like chlorine or bromine for microbiological control.
The emphasis in the UK has been on the optimization of corrective water treatment, most of which includes dosing orthophosphate," Hayes says.