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phosphoric

of or containing phosphorus in the pentavalent state
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Companies are investing in phosphate mining and phosphoric acid manufacturing plants in various countries, thereby contributing to the growth of the market.
Researchers developed guidelines for the use of phosphoric acid as an asphalt modifier and addressed concerns such as the effect on aging, moisture damage, reaction with limestone aggregates, and liquid amine antistrip additives.
With an annual capacity of 450,000 tons of phosphoric acid, the plant will increase acid production capacity and ensure a better production flexibility and an amelioration of input.
ICM has three plants in Gabes, producing 430,000 t/y of phosphoric acid, 100,000 t/y of TSP and 60,000 t/y of DAP.
We don't use phosphoric acid here on this site so we didn't know what the chemical was and so we phoned the fire brigade.
Demand for phosphoric acid is likely to keep rising in the longer term as the growth of the Indian middle class and their demand for higher protein content food put more pressure on food supply.
The phosphoric acid production process has been consistently confirmed on the representative rock sample obtained across the total resource base area
Coromandel International Limited (CIL) had an agreement with Tunisian Government to export all the production of phosphoric acid directly to India on a long term basis.
The Anjad patrol has intensified inspection on cyclists and has insisted that they wear the phosphoric jackets.
The $640 million project with IFFCO, the world's largest fertiliser co-operative, backed by IFC and European Investment Bank loans, will secure 500,000 tonnes of phosphoric acid annually to India, the world's biggest importer of phosphates.
The two sides also agreed on signing an executive program to produce phosphoric acid and phosphate fertilizers in Syria.
24 September 2009 - Nafta Polska, a State-owned holding company for Poland's oil industry, has announced that the Polish treasury ministry has shortlisted six bidders for controlling stakes in Polish chemical makers Tarnow, ZAK, and Ciech which is a leading European manufacturer of soda ash but also a producer of dicalcium phosphate, monocalcium phosphate and phosphoric acid.