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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Microbial degradation of glyphosate produces the major metabolite aminomethyl phosphonic acid and ultimately leads to the production of C[O.
The enzyme was further purified to almost homogeneity by affinity chromatography on p-aminobenzyl phosphonic acid -Agarose column.
5-Aminotetrazole (>98%; Alpha Aesar, Germany), vinyl phosphonic acid (VPA) (>97%; Aldrich, Germany), N.
By combining the phosphonic acid coupling agent and surface initiated polymerization, PLA could directly link to HA through covalent bond so that the interfacial interaction in the PLA/HA composite can be significantly improved.
Reactive dye classes include trichloropyrimidine, mono-chlorotriazine (MCT), car- oxypyridino triazine, dichloroquinoxaline, monofluoro- triazine,difluoropyrimidine, difluorochloro- pyrimidine, and phosphonic acid dyes.
Diethylene triamine penta methylene phosphonic acid (DETPMP) for example has some advantages, since it has the ability of retarding and/or effectively preventing the Nucleation or Crystal growth of the commonly encountered mineral scales [2].
Phosphonic acid compounds controls downy mildew (Peronospora parasitica) in cauliflower curds.
Fosmidomycin, a new phosphonic acid antibiotic, part II: 1, human pharmacokinetics, 2, preliminary early phase IIa clinical studies.
The performance of these cells is comparable to commonly used phosphonic acid fuel cells.
Other new halogen-free grades are Hostaflam TP OP 550 reactive liquid phosphorous-based polyol for flexible and rigid polyether foams and Hostafiam OP 910, a mixture of cyclic phosphonic acid esters for polyester textiles.
Styrene phosphonic acid is used as collector and sodium fluosilicate as a dispersant.
Tenders are invited for supply of ethylene diamine tetramethylene phosphonic acid