pentoxide


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pentoxide

[pen′täk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
A compound that is binary and has five atoms of oxygen; for example, phosphorus pentoxide, P2O5.
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Catalyst: High-purity or technical-grade vanadium pentoxide is used as a catalyst in various industrial processes.
Vanadium pentoxide prevents NK-92MI cell proliferation and IFN-[gamma] secretion through sustained JAK3 phosphorylation," Journal of Immunotoxicology, vol.
5 million tonnes high-value hot briquetted iron will be sold to the alternative iron unit and scrap metal markets for use in steelmaking, with vanadium pentoxide targeted to the emerging battery storage market.
Transformation of niobium and tantalum pentoxides according to reaction (1) in the reductive plasma stream of hydrogen and the production of metallic powders in the form of a condensed dispersed phase are a result of simultaneous complicated physico-chemical processes.
Ortho phosphoric acid (85%), triethyl phosphate, and phosphorous pentoxide were received from Wako Chemicals.
BurnEx powder forms of antimony pentoxide offer the flammability performance of antimony oxide without white pigmenting effects for a full pallet of color options including natural translucent.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer recognizes arsenic and arsenic compounds as Group 1 Carcinogens, and the EU lists arsenic trioxide, arsenic pentoxide and arsenate salts as Category 1 Carcinogens.
The composition of niobium pentoxide used at Silmet JSC as the initial raw material for the pilot plant and full-scale tests is presented in Table 1.
These oxides included: chromium oxide, copper oxide, cobalt oxide, ilmenite, iron oxide, manganese dioxide, nickel oxide, rutile, tin oxide and vandium pentoxide.
Such ferrovanadium is the product of igneous metallurgical conversion of the commercial vanadium pentoxide (75-95 % [V.
Niobium was produced as pentoxide and sold as oxide, metal powder, or even zone-refined ingots and some alloys, with loparite-processing inventory kept for [Nb.